Psychotropic Disorders 10_29_10

Psychotropic Disorders 10_29_10 - Psychotropic Disorders...

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Psychotropic Disorders 10_29_10 No feeling of guilt or remorse, no sense of concerns for the well-being of family, friends or themselves. No shame, lazy, immoral, selfish or harmful actions. The concept of responsibility is unknown-This is the common psychopath Anti-social personality disorder: psychopathic constant disregard and violate the rights of other people The condition cannot be official diagnosed until the age of 18 This effects 1 in 25 people Individuals that suffer from this conditions show total disregard for the rights of others and a total willingness to violate them WARNING SIGNS: o Regularly engaging in violent acts or fights o No concern for their safety of safety of others o Lie or deceitful o Steal and regularly break the law (They know from right or wrong but they choose not to go that route) Documented history of conduct disorder plus: 3 requirements o Repeatedly engage in actions that are in grounds for arrest o Con other people for profit and pleasure
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