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Selective Mapping of Psychopathy and Externalizing to Dissociable Circuits for Inhibitory Self-Control Article in Clinical Psychological Science 4(3) . Here, we used fMRI in a sample of incarcerated offenders to map these dimensions of antisocial behavior to brain circuits underlying two aspects of inhibitory self-control: interference suppression and response inhibition. We found that psychopathy and externalizing are characterized by unique and task-selective patterns of dysfunction. Sarkar et al Advances in psychiatric treatment (), vol. 17, – doi: / between psychopathy and antisocial/dissocial personality disorder, but also between psychopathy and other DSM-IV Cluster B disorders (Table 1),Cited by: The stop-signal task is a widely used measure of response inhibition and the main dependent variable of the task, stop-signal reaction time (SSRT), provides an individualized measure of inhibitory control. Participants are presented with a series of Go stimuli to which they are instructed to respond quickly; for example, participants see a.
The team’s findings will be described in an article, “An Investigation of the Relationship Between Psychopathy and Greater Gray Matter Density in Lateral Prefrontal Cortex,” that will be published in a forthcoming edition of the journal Personality Neuroscience. The first study involved 80 adults in long-term relationships who were placed in an MRI scanner at VCU’s Collaborative. Brain Imaging Research on Psychopathy: Implications for Punishment, Prediction, and Treatment in Youth and Adults. Abstract. While there has been an exponential increase in brain imaging research on psychopathy in the past two decades, knowledge on the brain basis to child and adolescent psychopathic-like behavior is relatively new. This Charming Psychopath How to spot social predators before they attack. By Robert Hare, published January 1, - last reviewed on June 9, Comments about Martin Kantor as being just a self-help author are outrageous. He is a long standing psychiatrist and clinical professor. He has written about 15 books on various aspects of psychiatry. I have his book on The Psychopathy Of Everyday Life in front of me. The book has loads of academic citations to gurus like Cleckley, Hare and Millon.
The study of psychopathy represents a cornerstone of research into “dark” personality traits. Psychopathy is defined by a constellation of harmful traits and behaviors, including superficial charm, callousness, irresponsibility, and antisocial behavior (Cleckley, ).Psychopathy predicts a host of harmful outcomes, including substance abuse and crime, and incurs striking Cited by: 3. Without Conscience Summary. About The Author: Robert D. Hare is a researcher in the field of criminal psychology and widely recognized as one of the leading experts on psychopathy. He drafted the “Hare Psychopathy Checklist”, which has received relevant criticism (also see “The Psychopath Test“), but which is still widely in use. Robert Hare is also the 5/5. The two‐process model draws on two longstanding theoretical perspectives in the psychopathy literature, one emphasizing deficits in basic emotional reactivity (e.g., Blair, ; Lykken, ) and the other emphasizing deficits in inhibitory control of behavior (e.g., Gorenstein & Newman, ; Morgan & Lilienfeld, ; Newman, ). Our Cited by: The high score on self-control in this profile is in contrast with the traditional conceptualizations of psychopathy, in which those high in psychopathy in prison are described as low in self-control and high in the trait impulsivity (DeLisi, Tostlebe, Burgason, Heirigs, & Vaughn, ; Hare, ). Indeed, lack of self-control is traditionally Author: Désiré G.C. Palmen, Jan J.L. Derksen, Emile Kolthoff.