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Result <1> Accession Number Peer Reviewed Journal: 2009-10860-007. Title Psychopathy is the unified theory of crime. [References]. Publication Date Jul 2009 Year of Publication 2009 Author DeLisi, Matt. E-Mail Address DeLisi, Matt: [email protected] Source Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. Vol.7(3), Jul 2009, pp. 256-273. Abstract Psychopathy is an important clinical construct that has been studied for more than 200 years and has exploded in recent years as a guiding explanatory concept for a range of antisocial behaviors across a range of populations and subgroups. In this review essay, I advance that psychopathy is the purest and the best explanation of antisocial behavior.
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Unformatted text preview: Indeed, psychopathy is the unified theory of crime because it mirrors the elemental nature and embodies the pejorative essence of antisocial behavior, accommodates dimensional and categorical conceptualizations and examinations of antisocial behavior, facilitates the study of antisocial phenotypes over the life span, accommodates the general overlap of antisocial behaviors among diverse populations, and facilitates emerging biosocial explanations of antisocial behavior. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract) Copyright HOLDER: SAGE Publications YEAR: 2009...
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