Antisocial Personality Disorder. By: Leland Love-Jones Brandy Pugh Alexus Griffith. EQ: What is a psychopath? . Essential Question. Bell Ringer.
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By: Leland Love-Jones
BR: Analyzing the lyrics to the song; what comes to mind when you think about the song; try to figure out the definition of a psychopath based on the song
Definition- a person who is incapable of feeling normal emotions; they are generally cunning and manipulative; know the difference between right and wrong but dismiss it as applying to them.Definition
History - Earliest explanation of psychopathology is the possession by evil spirits and demons in the late 16th - 17 centuries. Some believed remedies were to torture the person to chase the demon out.
Most psychopaths were abused or neglected as children. Being treated poorly early on can set up a child to see everyone else as selfish and cruel, causing them to replicate that kind of behavior as a way to cope with a nasty, uncaring world.What causes this lack of empathy?
The biological approach would say that some psychopaths have inherited their characteristics of having little to no empathy towards others. Do you agree?
Based on Freud’s theories he would say that psychopaths are acting out based on their childhood experiences of being abused, neglected, etc.Psychological Approaches
It has been found that psychopaths show reduced activity in the brain areas when introduced to pain of others.Brain Defects
There is really no treatment plan for psychopathology. It completely depends on the person. The only type of help that they can be given is psychotherapy.Treatment plan?
Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeatedly lying, use of aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure
Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from another.
Reckless disregard for safety of self or others
Break the law repeatedly
Lies, steals, and gets in fights often
Disregards the safety of self and others
Does not show any guilt