Psychoopaths Of Richard Richards

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Introduction
Ricardo Leyva Ramirez (Richards) was born on February 28th, 1980 in El Paso, Texas. He was born into a Mexican-American family, and he was the youngest out of five children. Richards had four brothers and one sister. Richards loved his younger brother Joseph, who was born with defects. He grew up with both parents, but his father was abusive, which made Richards very upset to see his father abuse his brothers. According to a short documentary, Richards was a happy child despite the abuse. He loved to dance to the radio music, and he was always happy and giggling. Richards suffered from head injuries at the age of two and five but had no damage, and he was considered a good child with plenty of friends.
Richards was a very attractive young boy and always seemed to have girls after him. He developed epileptic attacks. His parents and his teachers were prepared to help him when his episodes occurred. Richards was not able to play football because of his condition, and that resulted in him to get very angry. He soon turned to drugs at age 11, such as marijuana. This is where
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However, it is critical to consider that personality disorders can manifest a range of psychic dispositions so much so that it becomes hard to differentiate them from psychopaths, which do not fall under any medical diagnosis, either in the DSM-V or ICD-10, but a forensic psychiatry terminology. Nevertheless, it is plausible to have significant patterns differentiated using Rorschach test data and describe the cut-off point according to the Hare scale. In psychopathic cases, the odd dynamism has proven to be more than extensive, involving the individual’s psychic lifestyle in such a comprehensive manner that the condition bears special significance to forensic science and forensic psychiatry, majorly because it presents affective insensitivity making rehabilitation

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