grandiose exaggeratedly high estimation of self need for stimulation

Grandiose exaggeratedly high estimation of self need

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grandiose (exaggeratedly high) estimation of self need for stimulation pathological lying cunning and manipulativeness lack of remorse or guilt shallow afect (superficial emotional responsiveness) callousness and lack of empathy parasitic lifestyle poor behavioral controls sexual promiscuity early behavior problems lack of realistic long-term goals Impulsivity Irresponsibility failure to accept responsibility for own actions many short-term marital relationships juvenile delinquency revocation of conditional release criminal versatility
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1 9 Train Dilemma Scenario 1 Flip the switch, save 4 lives. Scenario 2 Push large person onto the tracks. Save 4 lives.
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2 0 The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson Interesting book on the topic. Unlike other Psychology books, it is rather entertaining.
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2 1 Next week .... Finish Chapter 3 Start Chapter 4 Any questions stick around and ask.
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  • Spring '09
  • ATKINSON
  • Psychology, Antisocial personality disorder, Psychopathy, nucleus accumbens, Administrative Stuf, emotional responsiveness, Poor emotional responsiveness

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