Psychopaths are typically highly impulsive, highly emotional and are at high risk of substance abuse and incarceration. According to Joseph Newman at the University of Wisconsin, criminal psychopaths are about 3 x more likely to commit violence than other offenders and about 2½ x more likely to commit other antisocial acts such as lying and sexual exploitation. They are also very difficult to have relationships with because they lack social kindness and empathy. Researchers believe that psychopathy has roots in early childhood with those who show early lack of fear, indifference towards peers and appear callous in the face of emotion, are at the greatest risk.
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