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PERSONALITY. An abstract of personal; as, the action is in the personalty, that is, it is brought against a person for a personal duty which he owes. It also signifies what belongs to the person; as, personal property.

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En las busquedas electronicas, las palabras clave tomadas fueron los nombres de los instrumentos de medida de modo que en la PCL, el PPI y la SRP se abarcara la familia de instrumentos bajo las mismas siglas (esto es, sin especificaciones de versiones concretas del instrumento), tanto por el nombre (Psychopathy Checklist, Psychopathic Personality Inventory, Levenson's Primary and Secondary Psychopathy Scales, y Self-Reported Psychopathy), como por el acronimo (PCL, PPI, LPSP, y SRP), combinando con el comando <<and>>/<<y>> dos instrumentos, dado que la validez convergente y concurrente de los instrumentos psicometricos requiere de la medida de dos de ellos.
Thus, the first objective of this study was to analyse the existence of mediation effects of neighbourhood risk on adolescent antisocial behaviour through the psychopathic personality traits (i.e., impulsiveness, narcissism, and CU traits; see Figure 1).
Construct Validity of the Comprehensive Assessment of Psychopathic Personality (CAPP) Concept Map: Getting Closer to the Core of Psychopathy.
Cleckley, The Mask of Sanity: An Attempt to Clarify Some Issues About the So-called Psychopathic Personality 385 (Emily S.
One study found that adolescents who show psychopathic personality traits display insecure attachment styles (Catchpole, 2008).
In spite of results observed in previous studies, longitudinal research specifically exploring the stability of psychopathic personality from early developmental stages has been quite scarce (Ribeiro da Silva, Rijo, & Salekin, 2012), with some studies examining this question as part of broader designs.
And now, as the DSM-5 work groups revise their proposals for diagnostic criteria, the psychopathic personality is poised to appear in the diagnostic manual, albeit in modified form.
Examination and treatment of the psychopathic personality has a long history in the criminal justice and forensic clinical contexts (Gao & Raine, 2010; Hall & Benning, 2006; Patrick, 2006).
Especially useful is the review of the construct of the psychopathic personality; how psychopathy is assessed, risk of criminal recidivism and psychopathy and treatment of psychopathy.
People, the heredity which was burdened, the most frequently had psychopathic personality changes (30.8%), severe forms of moral and ethical and intellectual-mnestic reduction.
Cleckley in his trailblazing 1941 book, The Mask of Sanity, it's termed psychopathic personality, or psychopathy.
In total, the models indicated that psychopathic personality traits measured by the PPI-SF Narcissism, PPI-SF Extraversion, PPI-SF Unemotionality, and PPI-SF Fearless-Nonconformity were significant yet inconsistent risk factors for diverse forms of criminal behaviour and subsequent involvement with the criminal justice system.