CLASS 30 Personality Disorders in DSM-5 A Definition

CLASS 30 Personality Disorders in DSM-5 A Definition

CLASS 30 Personality Disorders in DSM-5 A Definition A longstanding, maladaptive pattern

of inflexible behavior TOP FIVE Antisocial Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder Paranoid Personality Disorder Narcissistic Personality Disorder Dependent Personality Disorder

Antisocial Personality Disorder Current DSM label Necessary to explain career criminals

Especially, cold-blooded killers DSM always a behavioral definition Debate over the Label

This character was recognized since Greek times Born criminal Moral imbecile Sociopath Psychopathy

Non-specific label from Hervey Cleckley (1941) - he defined the cluster of traits that are still recognized today (more or less) - this is my preferred term Basic characteristics

Traits impulsive thrill-seeking lack of empathy & guilt Behaviors

early deceitfulness manipulative superficial charm story telling low suicide rate

Destructive outcomes Repeated criminal activity Substance abuse

Inability to sustain personal relationships What is the core mechanism? Shallow affect:

they cant experience emotional highs or lows that normal people do explains the entire syndrome Famous case studies Ted Bundy

Biography Seattle, Washington Intelligent, attractive, articulate

Law student at U Washington Anti-social activity Serial killer in early eighties

Raped and murdered 12 women from Washington state to Florida Executed 1989 More info

Christophe Rocancourt With one of his supermodel girlfriends Later, modeled for police mug-shot

Biography Raised in France: Mother a prostitute; father an alcoholic

Violent history in Europe Adored in North America

Character Charming manipulator Imposter: millionaire, movie producer, race-car driver, boxer, etc.

member of Rothschild family member of Rockefeller family Other criminal behavior Con artist: Scammed many victims of their money

Accused of theft, fraud, attempted murder, forgery, etc. Major crimes in NY, LA, and Vancouver

Long prison term For more info Whatever

happened to Rocancourt ? With Naomi Campbell at Cannes film festival ORIGINS OF PSYCHOPATHY?

three categories of theories 1. Biological Perspective Brain scan shows differences

Frontal lobe abnormality may lead to deficits in planning actions and considering moral implications of actions congenital causes? genetic predisposition? heritability roughly 50 percent 2. Psychological Perspective

Problem with thought processes? Possible Learning Deficit normal IQ range but dont acquire anxiety associations therefore, impaired socialization they dont like punishment but are unable

to benefit from it 3. Socio-cultural Perspective Family problems - Lee Robins (1966) divorce, conflict, inconsistent discipline, parental conflicts in parenting style, alcoholic parents Childhood abuse and neglect

50 percent greater arrests among those who were neglected, 100 percent greater arrests among those who were physically abused Q: Any Canadian Cases ? A: Plenty

Paul Bernardo & Karla Homulka Paul and Karla Lethal

combination Paul Bernardo Hamilton, Ontario University graduate

Successful accountant Karla Homolka Hamilton, Ontario

University graduate Veterinary assistant Antisocial activities

Paul had prior girlfriends but abused them He and Karla had a sado-masochistic sex life

They drugged, raped and murdered three women Including Karlas sister They filmed the activities to watch later

Which one was the worst psychopath? Karla wins Karla reports Paul to police

Gets special deal 12 years in prison Paul gets life in prison no chance of parole

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