Empathy promiscuity blaming delinquency impulsiveness

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empathy, promiscuity, blaming, delinquency, impulsiveness, being unfaithful, a parasitic life - style, lack of remorse, shallowness, and irresponsibility (Tracy, 2014). The two forms of psychopathy are separated by a classification of conscience. Those who are determined to be a psychopath have little to no conscience while sociopaths are able to feel empathy, guilt and have a remorseful conscience although it may be limited. A further delve into the subject reveals additional classifications of primary and secondary psychopathy. This could be used to aid in the application of treatment and serve as a predictor of future dangerousness as
FORMS OF PSYCHOPATHY 1 1 personality disorders are often used to assist in classification of criminal offenders (Swogger, M.T., and Kosson, D.S., nd). It is important to point out that not all psychopaths are violent criminals and not all vio - lent criminals are psychopaths. As previously mentioned the true psychopath is able to rape, mur - der, and violate without concern for the outcome whether it be the outcome of the victim or moral/legal consequences (Swogger, M.T., and Kosson, D.S., nd). Violent psychopaths are also considered to be far more dangerous as their likelihood to re-offend is much higher. Additional traits of psychopaths include their propensity to commit serious offenses with the assistance of a non-psychopathic accomplice. The purpose of this is to manipulate the accomplice into taking re - sponsibility for the criminal act, in other words the accomplice will serve as a scapegoat (Swogg - ger, M.T., and Kosson, D.S., nd). Research has also yield an interesting fact that shows that in

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