Serial Killers Part I

Serial Killers Part I - Psychopathy & Violent Aggression

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Psychopathy & Violent Aggression Part I
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Michael Stone’s Analysis of Serial Killers Stone’s analysis of 89 biographies of serial  killers A number of them mention head injuries or  trauma of one type or another, sometimes  personality change is noted after 45% abused substances, especially  alcohol Often just before committing their crimes, to  fuel revenge fantasies or decrease inhibitions
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Michael Stone’s Analysis of Serial Killers Personality Disorders of SK 91% Psychopath (PCL-R) 89% Sadistic 81% Antisocial 60% Narcissistic 40% Schizoid “Hypersexuality” noted in about 1/3 Over 1/3 had histories of animal torture At least 50% experienced parental brutality 67% experienced parental humiliation
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Michael Stone’s Analysis of Serial Killers 70% had at least one paraphilia, with  necrophilia and sexual sadism being most 
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2010 for the course PSYC 386 taught by Professor Conner during the Spring '10 term at Roosevelt.

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Serial Killers Part I - Psychopathy & Violent Aggression

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