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The creation of ASPD and DPD was driven by the fact that many of the classic traits of psychopathy were impossible to measure objectively.Although no psychiatric or psychological organization has sanctioned a diagnosis titled "psychopathy", assessments of psychopathic characteristics are widely used in criminal justice settings in some nations, and may have important consequences for individuals.
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characterized by persistent antisocial behavior, impaired empathy and remorse, and bold, disinhibited, egotistical traits.
According to Hare, in many cases one need not even meet the patient.
Just rummage through his records to determine what items seemed to fit. To this writer’s mind, psychopathy and its synonyms (e.g., sociopathy and antisocial personality) are lazy diagnoses.
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The PCL-R was developed for research, not clinical forensic diagnosis, and even for research purposes to improve understanding of the underlying issues, it is necessary to examine dimensions of personality in general rather than only a constellation of traits.