Antisocial personality disorders

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  • Antisocial personality disorders

    1. 1. SAntiPerso ocial nality Disord er
    2. 2. Personality Disorder A persistent pattern offeelingsthoughtsbehaviors that is significantly different from what is considered normal in
    3. 3. Antisocial Personality Disorder A pervasive pattern of disregard violation of the rights of others. It begins in childhood and continues throughout adulthood.
    4. 4. Children Antisocial Conduct Disorderaggressive behaviordestructive behaviormanipulative behaviorrule breakingCannot be diagnosed with
    5. 5. SymptomsAnti social and impulsive behavior Disregard for societal standards No indication of fear or guilt
    6. 6. Controversy Different Anti-social personality Same thing?extremes? Sociopathy Psychopathy Common ground?
    7. 7. Causes Theories.
    8. 8. Abnormal brain function and serotonin havebeen linked with impulsive behavior. Becauseboth the temporal lobes and prefrontal cortexhelp regulate mood and behavior, it is possible that ASP behavior stems from a functional abnormality in the serotonin levels in said regions.
    9. 9. An unstable orabusive environmentduring childhoodmay contribute toASP. The lack ofemotional bonding ata young age candamage a personsability to formintimate and trustingrelationships in thefuture, causing themto view others solelyas objects or victims.
    10. 10. Smoking during pregnancy could cause loweroxygen levels for the fetus. This then results infetal brain injury, primarily in the temporal lobe, which may later lead to the offspring being at risk of the development of ASP.
    11. 11. “Treatment” Psychotherapy Institutionalization Incarceration Group therapy Anti-depressants Lithium Carbonate Valporic AcidParadoxical interventions Cognitive behavioral
    12. 12. “If they exhibit emotion, it’s in an effort to create an impression.” - J.B. Helfgott
    13. 13. Famous Psychopaths
    14. 14. Famous Psychopaths
    15. 15. Famous Psychopaths
    16. 16. Famous Psychopaths
    17. 17. Famous Psychopaths
    18. 18. Famous Psychopaths
    19. 19. Famous Psychopaths
    20. 20. Famous Psychopaths
    21. 21. References• http://www.medicinenet.com/antisocial_personality_disorder/page3.htm• http://psychcentral.com/disorders/sx7t.htm• http://psychcentral.com/disorders/sx7t.htm• http://allpsych.com/disorders/personality/antisocial.html• http://www.suite101.com/content/manipulative-behaviors-of-kids-with-antisocial-conduct- disorder-a294479• http://beautyineverything.com/2282360004• http://www.suite101.com/content/manipulative-behaviors-of-kids-with-antisocial-conduct- disorder-a294479• http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/portrait-of-psychopath?page=2• http://allpsych.com/disorders/personality/antisocial.html• http://www.ptypes.com/antisocialpd.html•

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