It is questioned whether psychopathy is has an impact or has an effect on military sexual assault. For this study, the study eligibility criteria are the characteristics military sex offenders obtain which are also the same characteristics psychopaths obtain. The overall study includes the characteristics of people who are considered to be diagnosed with psychopathy verses the characteristics of a person who is a sex offender in the military. This study will show that psychopathy does have an impact or effect on military sex offenders. This research paper will also explain some recent clinical treatments that are in place for pychopaths to include therapeutic treatments.
Psychopathy is defined as personality disorder, characterized by enduring anti-social behavior, and less capacity for empathy and have poor behavioral control (Benning, 2005). The term is originated to describe diverse range of dysfunctional or antisocial behavior and mental and sexual deviances. Psychopaths are usually aggressive and are incapable of having empathetic behavior (Fileds, 1996). Psychopaths are usually responsible for crime and violence and are expected to adopt more rebellion behavior after serving their sentences. According to researchers in the past, psychopaths are difficult to change as they have been genetically determined. It is very difficult to suggest treatment for psychopaths, as they have been born with these traits and incapable to overcome the disorder. The wide array of educational field evolved in the history of mankind has helped them to live a contended and better life. In the field of human psychology there were made remarkable efforts to address the mental issues of people going through different stages o...
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