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Psychopathy is characterized by a lack of empathy and remorse, as well as antisocial behavior. Individuals with psychopathy are often charming and persuasive, but they lack genuine concern for others and are quick to engage in manipulative or risky behavior. They also tend to be highly impulsive and have difficulty following rules or sticking to long-term plans. Read the latest coverage of scientific studies about psychopathy below.




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