From: Daily Mail
Psychopaths are just misunderstood… and they could even be cured, researchers say
The public perception of psychopaths has been shaped by characters such as Alex in A Clockwork Orange or Patrick Bateman in American Psycho.
While they are portrayed as charming, dishonest, guiltless, and in some cases, terrifying, new research suggests that psychopathy is actually a much more complex personality disorder.
Scientists from the University of California have argued that rather being one condition, psychopathy appears to be a multifaceted condition marked by blends of personality traits.More of our Members in the Media >
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