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    Recidivism And Pcl-R

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    Can Hare’s Psychopathy Checklist predict recidivism? It appears as if the PCL-R is an adequate predictor of both general and violent recidivism. A large-scale meta-analysis relating the Hare measures of psychopathy to antisocial conduct which used a broad definition of recidivism found an r = .27 (Leistico, Salekin, DeCoster, and Rogers, 2008). Two meta-analytic reviews found similar average correlations between future general recidivism and PCL-R scores (r = .27, Salekin, Rogers & Sewell, 1996;

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    Without Conscience by Robert D. Hare

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    “Without Conscience" by Robert D. Hare is one aimed towards making the general public aware of the many psychopaths that inhabit the world we live in. Throughout the book Hare exposes the reader to a number of short stories; all with an emphasis on a characteristic of psychopaths. Hare makes the claim that close monitoring of psychopathy are vital if we ever hope to gain a hold over Psychopathy- A disorder that affects not only the individual but also society itself. He also indicates one of the

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    Without Conscience: Book Report

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    Not surprisingly, psychologists are trying to find pinpoints that can protect the psychopath and public from them. Dr. Robert Hare, a psychologist that dedicated his life to studying and trying to pinpoint the psychopaths decided to publish his work for the public to witness. “Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us”, was published by Dr. Hare in 1993. He wanted to bring awareness to the public about psychopaths that affect our day to day lives. The title is fitting for

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    Psychopathy is one of the most commonly misunderstood disorders present in todays society. However, this papers object is not to clear up said misunderstanding, or to determine whether it is right or wrong to behave with psychopathic tendencies, but to discuss different perspectives involved in evaluating psychopathy. People living in todays society consider the world to be black and white, although that is not the case. The world is full of grey areas as well, especially when considering the world

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    accompanied by analysis and reasoning, prove nature—genetics—to be the origin of sociopathy. Works Cited “Elsevier; An Underlying Cause for Psychopathic Behavior?” Mental Health Weekly Digest 10 May 2010: n. pag. ProQuest Central K12. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. Hare, Robert D. Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of Psychopaths Among Us. N.p.: The Guilford Press, 1999. Google Book Search. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. Magid, Ken, and Caroline A. Mckelvey. High Risk: Children Without a Conscience. N.p.: Bantam, 1988.

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    Robert Hare is the author of “Without Conscious: The disturbing World of the Psychopaths among us.”This book is about knowing what a psychopath is and understanding what it is about so that people will not be caught off guard when they ran into someone with the disorder. This book focuses on confronting psychopaths, the behavior that these people exhibit and how these behaviors ultimately affect other people. These people have no remorse for the things that they do and how it ends up affecting other

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    Psychopathy, in both the mental health and criminal justice systems, has emerged as one of the most important clinical constructs of the 21st century (Hare, Clark, Grann, & Thornton, 2000, p. 623). Where clinically, psychopathy is traditionally described as a combination of inferred socially deviant behaviors and personality traits. Some traits and behaviors a psychopath is seen to possess are commonly known, for example, to being impulsive, selfish, aggressive, lacking remorse, shame, feeling for

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    The Psychopath Test The Psychopath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry is a book by Jon Ronson, where he investigates the idea of psychopathy and the many individuals involved. Psychopathy is defined as “a person who is mentally ill, who does not care about other people, and who is usually dangerous or violent.” Ronson visited mental health professionals and psychopaths in order to determine the right way to control the diagnosis of mental health disorders. Throughout the novel, Ronson

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    A psychopath is someone who is unable to live harmoniously in society due to their profound lack of compassion, empathy, conscience, and remorse (Hare, 1993). Many psychopathic symptoms have been proposed to result from cognitive and emotional processing impairments. The concept of a psychopath is often of a ruthless and dangerous criminal, an image commonly depicted in the media and film. Though psychopaths do make up an estimated 40% of dangerous offenders in Canada, it is the non-violent manipulators

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    relevant group of criminals but Hare takes an objective approach that eliminates any likelihood of mental health practitioners and legal professionals to use this concept as a waste bucket for socially deviant crimes in the future. The Psychopathy Checklist Revised (PCL-R) measures twenty-two behavioural characteristics or lack thereof that have been previously identified as the defining characteristics of a psychopath by Cleckley as well as other influential clinicians. Hare measures these characteristics

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