Author: Jacqueline B. HelfgottPublish On: 2018-11-09
These are among the many contemporary fictional characters who exhibit features of the psychopath (see Table 5.1 for a ... 3 There is also a comic book titled 7 Psychopaths by Vehlmann and Phillips (2010) with a description of the book ...
Author: Jacqueline B. Helfgott
Category: Social Science
An in-depth interdisciplinary perspective on psychopathy suitable for those interested in criminology and criminal justice, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and other social science as well as general knowledge. • Offers an in-depth, interdisciplinary perspective on psychopathy, useful across a range of fields and for general readers • Covers the history of the concept of psychopathy, and its move into criminal justice policy and practice • Examines the remorse factor and its role in criminal proceedings • Reflects the subject knowledge of an author who is highly respected in the field of criminal justice and has been featured by media including CNN, ABC News, Court TV, Associated Press, and Oregon Public Radio
Introduction to corporate psychopaths When considering psychopaths, our minds wander to their criminal actions, which have been shown on television ... Chapter 7: Psychopaths running our organizations Introduction to corporate psychopaths.
Author: Annette B. Roter
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Business & Economics
Since the early twentieth century, scholars have researched leadership and it is one of the most researched topics of our time. Understanding how to be a strong leader and what makes a good leader is something that we continue to strive to understand. Research ponders various positive leadership models such as transformational, servant, authentic, charismatic, situational and ethical leadership to name a few. Yet, we find that a small number of our leaders are truly transformational. While scholars continue to provide examples of positive and influential leaders, we still struggle to understand what a dysfunctional leader is. Practitioners and followers are quick to identify a leader that is a nightmare, yet they can’t name what type of dysfunction that leader possesses. Day in and day out, we struggle with these leaders and how to intervene when dysfunctional behavior arises. This is most evident with recent scandals that have plagued the media involving characters such as Bernie Madoff, Dennis Kozlowski, Tyco, Enron’s Kenneth Lay and Jeff Skilling. It is vital to understand the importance of dysfunctional leadership and its impact on organizations, followers and society. The recent literature focuses on the psychology of dysfunctional leadership and the destruction of organizations. Little has been written in relation to the characteristics, traits and behaviors of dysfunctional leaders. In addition, little has been included on how to deal with this types of behavior within organizations. Individual books have been written on each of these types of characteristics, but no one book has been written that focuses on all of these characteristics and studies the subtle differences of these behaviors, interventions that can be employed to address this type of behavior and how to recognize the impact on our organizations. Understanding and Recognizing Dysfunctional Leadership will be of interest to professionals and researchers in this field.
Psychopaths, under a different label or terminology, captivated attention long before Koch. ... and who repeatedly lies, steals, cheats, and rapes.7 Psychopaths are typically described in historical texts as monsters, evildoers, ...
Author: Kent Kiehl
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A chilling and provocative scientific dissection of the psychopath’s brain Fact: A psychopath is 6 times more likely to commit a new crime after release from prison. Fact: Some forms of group therapy make psychopaths more likely to commit a new crime compared to no treatment at all. Fact: A psychopath is born every 47 seconds. Kent Kiehl is the ‘Psychopath Whisperer’, a neuroscientist who has dedicated his career to understanding what makes a mind turn criminal. Are psychopaths ‘evil’ and untreatable, or do they suffer from a mental illness comparable to schizophrenia or epilespsy? Do they – do we – have free will? Based on breathtaking research, including personality surveys and brain imaging scans of thousands of criminals, Kiehl pinpoints the biological machinery of psychopathy – and offers a radical new perspective on identifying & treating the psychopaths in our midst.
Author: Bebhinn Donnelly-LazarovPublish On: 2018-04-30
However, some studies show that psychopaths tend to have reduced autonomic responses to the anticipation of a painful electric shock.7 Psychopaths' abnormal emotional responses may be one reason why they seem to lack understanding of ...
Author: Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Examines the particularly prescient implications that neuroscience has for legal responsibility, highlighting the philosophical and practical challenges that arise.
7. Psychopaths. and. their. crimes. The aim of the chapters in Part III is to present evidence for a nature–nurture contribution towards a selection of criminals: in this case the criminal psychopath. As with all chapters in this part, ...
Author: Sandie Taylor
Category: Social Science
The question of ‘why’ and ‘how’ certain individuals are drawn towards behaving in a way that contravenes the ‘Law of the Land’ is not an easy one to address. Researchers from various different fields have nevertheless attempted to develop theoretical explanations for the existence of different types of crime and why some individuals commit such acts. Crime and Criminality draws on criminology, sociology, psychology and neuroscience to offer a balanced perspective of crime, the criminal and criminality. Coverage includes: a comprehensive discussion of theoretical approaches to criminal behaviour, including biological, social and ‘rational choice’ approaches; an analysis of legal and social definitions of crime and how these definitions influence the way specific behaviours are labelled as criminal; an examination of different types of crime and criminals, from delinquents to ‘psychopaths’ and sex offenders; an exploration of different ways in which crime is predicted, including risk assessment and offender profiling and an overview of investigative techniques. Addressing a broad range of topics and offering a synthesis of competing theoretical explanations of criminality, this book is essential reading for students taking courses in criminology, criminal psychology, criminal behaviour, forensic psychology and psychological criminology.
The insecurities that were at the root of your reasons for falling for the psychopath in the first place. #7 Psychopaths don't just shower you with praise and flattery, but they also groom you to reciprocate.
Author: Everest Media,
Publisher: Everest Media LLC
Category: Family & Relationships
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 There are many studies on the traits and characteristics of psychopaths. The red flags in this book are intended to supplement these resources. You must recognize and understand your own red flags in order to spot toxic people. #2 A psychopath is able to manipulate you and other people, and they will do anything to get what they want. They will erode your boundaries, and you’ll start to feel like a chore to them. They will undermine your self-esteem and expect you to read their mind. #3 The charming and cute phase is just a facade. They use flattery and idealization to hook you, and then they slowly start to tear you down. They are constantly surrounded by others, and they can’t tolerate being alone for long periods of time. #4 After an encounter with a psychopath, you will feel exhausted, drained, shocked, and empty. You will have no idea what happened to your old relaxed, fun, and easygoing self. You will tear apart your entire life, spending money and ending friendships, searching for some kind of explanation.
What I am presenting here is a summary of information relevant to the psychopath. ... 7. Psychopaths perfect deviant behavior through practice and experience; their MO (modus operandi) is ever changing and will become more perfect with ...
Author: Scott Allen Johnson
Publisher: CRC Press
Until recently professionals in both investigation and treatment have considered the fields of sexual violence and domestic abuse as separate and distinct. Numerous studies have shown, however, that these fields may not be so neatly pigeonholed as once believed. Statistics indicate that there is an overlap in both the level and type of violence exp
If a marriage partner has any value to the sociopath, it is because the partner is viewed as a possession, one that the sociopath may feel angry to lose, but never sad or accountable" (The Sociopath Next Door, 7). Psychopaths function ...
Author: Claudia Moscovici
Publisher: Hamilton Books
What do Scott Peterson, Neil Entwistle and timeless literary seducers epitomized by Don Juan and Casanova have in common? They are charismatic, glib and seductive men who also embody the most dangerous human qualities: a breathtaking callousness, shallowness of emotion and the incapacity to love. In other words, these men are psychopaths. Unfortunately, most psychopaths don’t advertise themselves as heartless social predators. They come across as charming, intelligent, romantic and kind. Through their believable “mask of sanity,” they lure many of us into their dangerous nets. Dangerous Liaisons explains clearly what psychopaths are, why they act the way they do, how they attract us and whom they tend to target. Above all, this book helps victims find the strength to end their toxic relationships with psychopaths and move on, stronger and wiser, with the rest of their lives.
At the request of the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, the Office of Technology Assessment has undertaken an analysis of the proposal to mandate, the use of taggants in explosive materials manufactured for commercial use. A "taggant" is a material that might be added to explosives and gunpowders at the time of manufacture, as an eventual aid to law enforcement. This study assesses the existing taggant technology in order to assist Congress in its decision whether to adopt legislation which would require taggants in explosives and gunpowders.