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    Importance Of Pcl R

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    correlation between high scores on the PCL-R and recidivism in criminals. “Predicting Behavior”, an article from the Nature Neuroscience journal, states that “high scorers on the PCL-R are three to four times more likely than non-psychopaths to commit violent offenses after being released from prison”. With this understanding of what the scoring means in accordance to psychopathy one could easily think that there is a correlation between low and high scores and low and high risk for violent offenses when there isn’t one. With a high score comes a combination of characteristics that associate with violence, as proven by correlation like the one above, but a low score simply displays that the characteristics aren’t as established. Thus Robert D. Hare can make the conclusion that “a high score may imply a high risk, but a low score does not necessarily imply low risk” in his paper Psychopathy as a Risk Factor for…

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    Revocation of conditional release 20. Criminal versatility Dr. Hervey M. Checkley is also responsible for how psychopaths are identified. Through the use of his book, The Mask of Sanity, Checkley recalled his countless interviews with psychopaths. He created his own list of 16 symptoms that he observed from his encounters. His checklist of symptoms strongly mirrors Hare 's and includes many of the same…

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    young dog in the testicles if he tried to mount me. My twelve year old dog skulked around Danny. The dog wasn’t excited to see him when he came home from work but I was. I was gullible, giving, compliant and patient. When I took a turn for the worse I had no idea how to escape but knew that my decline would affect our son. I could not be the mother I was nor wanted to be… Robert D. Hare’s book…

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    Coyotes Evolution

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    The coyote is no exception and has relationships with dog, cat, and wolves. Cynodicits were all the above common ancestors, being about the size of a standard house cat. Coyotes have grown by about a 15% increase, whereas some dogs have grown to about a 200% or more increase. Coyotes have developed some of the best eyesight found in their territory, and that is because their prey regularly blends in with the natural surroundings, such as but not limited to the Antelope Jackrabbit, which is found…

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    The author explains that no amount of cash can buy back years chained in the dark. Psychopaths are let of the hook by some people, but others not so much. Bottom line is when psychopaths start committing crimes it is extremely hard to stop them from harming others in the future. With people having multiple thought on this topic it raises multiple ethical problems for our society. These problems include where to put the psychopaths after they are convicted. The Justice System is in charge of…

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    because this is like cancer it’s not something they created nor can they control in anyway. This how they’ve lived life this is all they’ve ever known and in most cases they truly believe what they are doing is right. Nature vs. Nurture. Know the Facts. Most people (even professionally) use the terms sociopaths and psychopaths interchangeably, but there is a difference and this difference [although seemingly small] is the key way not only to stopping them once they’ve committed a crime but to…

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    The stereotype of psychopaths is that they are harmful to society, violent, and unintelligent. One may not know it, but there are psychopaths everywhere. Researchers have debated over whether the fact they can discern their own moral wrongs or any other type of wrong. They are also characterized to be people that are mentally ill and insane. Not only is this deceptive, but it lacks what is so unknown about psychopaths. They are people that walk the streets freely every day, they just acquire…

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    The innocent creature from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein just might not be as innocent or sane as one might think. The creature in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is without a doubt a psychopath or even a sociopath when looking at the details in his lifestyle, and the violent acts he committed throughout the novel. Furthermore, when analyzing the creature from the novel it demonstrates multiple psychopathic and sociopathic qualities, such as something like his impulsive behavior or how aggressive, it…

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    psychopathic language by using more sophisticated statistical text analysis tools.” (Hancock et al., 2013, p.102) Hancock and his team anticipated the speech patterns of psychopaths to be rudimentary and focus on physical needs, “we were interested if their narratives about their crimes would contain more (relative to other criminals) semantic references to physiological and material needs such as food, drink, clothing, sex, and resources (money), and fewer semantic categories that reflect…

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    They lack conscience and have no empathy for others. Along with having no impulse control, a psychopath is also very callous and unemotional. “...what is missing in this picture are the very qualities that allow human beings to live in social harmony”(Hare 2). Psychopaths have numerous alarming characteristics that may differ from those of a sociopath. Unlike psychopathy, which is present from birth, sociopathy may develop from childhood trauma such as abuse. Therefore, sociopaths can feel…

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