Successful Psychopath

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Successful Psychopathy Presentation and Characteristics { A F 8 3 C 2 7 -E 1 B 3 -4 9 0 9 -9 C 8 C -0 9 7 1 2 C 0 6 0 6 B 2 } Psychopaths { 7 4 7 2 F 7 9 -6 F 2 9 -4 1 5 E -A 9 3 0 -0 D D 0 5 6 D 2 D D 7 } Serial Killers { 2 6 8 D 5 2 D C -5 1 5 9 -4 5 A -B 9 1 0 -A F B F 6 4 C 1 E A 3 0 } Antisocial Personality C r e s c e n t M o o n Successful psychopath generally refers to persons scoring high on measures of psychopathy who have not been incarcerated Examples Gordon Gecko of Wall Street J.W. Ewing of Dallas Enron execs Kenneth Lay & Andrew Fastow Roy, Mother, and Girlfriend of The Grifters Subclinical psychopathy associated with academic misconduct, major and minor legal infractions, illicit substance use Paulhus & Williams (2002) dark triad of subclinical psychopathy, narcissism, and Machiavellianism (manipulativeness, and instrumentality) Associated with tactical impression...
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