- n. this sense?) The property of being a sociopath.
- sociopath + -y (Wiktionary)
“One is that when you're talking about people like Ted Bundy and serial killers and people who don't, you know, exhibit a conscience, you're talking about what we call sociopathy and sociopaths.”
“Narcissism is one of them and a certain kind of sociopathy, which is the inability to feel the consequences and the cost to the other people.”
“I thought about all the research about sociopathy, which is sociopaths have very low levels of anxiety and that ` s why their conscience doesn ` t form (ph) because they ` re not afraid of getting into trouble.”
“The program quoted Dr. Sara West, a forensic psychiatrist at the Cuyahoga County Jail, who said that serial killers often suffer from personality disorders, diseases commonly known as sociopathy or psychopathy.”
“The issue also plays into the idea of sociopathy from abandonment.”
“Does the same apply to other behavioral patterns, such as sociopathy?”
“For example, people with conditions such as sociopathy and pathological narcissisim are extremely destructive when they are given positions of leadership (as is what we are witnessing in this administration) and can cause needless suffering or death for many or millions of people.”
“But what's not clear is if this is pathological lying to an extreme, so that it indicates actually a character flaw, anti-social personality or sociopathy which is found in many criminals.”
“He compared it to anti-social personality disorder, but wouldn't it make more sense to compare "sociopathy" to narcissistic personality disorder, as far as "real" DSM-IV disorders go.”
“I'm not sure if "sociopathy" or "psychopathy" are even described in DSM-IV”
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