the child leads to insatiable narcissism. In unloved children, antisocial hatred will be generated. Partridge (1930) observed that the concepts of psychopathic personality were widely scattered in psychiatric and criminal works. Differentiated psychopathy from antisocial behavior and noted that there is considerable personality deviation which is not expressed through antisocial behavior. "Sociopath" used to emphasize that the person was out of step with society rather than being "internally perverse"
personality disorder sociopaths ae deemed to have a conscience. As well as having a conscience sociopaths are highly impulsive and their behavior tends to more erratic than their high-functioning counter part. Sociopaths have compulsion when committing a crime, relating to how they try get everything to only benefit themselves. As sociopathy can range from smart, strong, driven characters to more violent hot headed people, the traits are confusing. The number one thing that is expressed in all sociopaths
For Bowles and Gintis (2013), the principle of morality has evolutionary roots. These theorists see moral feelings and behaviors as the result of a sort of natural selection. The authors claim that the reason humans are moral beings can be traced to their ancestral environments that were both naturally and socially constructed. In these environments, groups of individuals who were predisposed to cooperate and uphold ethical norms tended to survive and expand relative to those who did not. This cooperative
People are born with a balanced amount of good and evil within them. Certain actions or influences can trigger ones good or evil side. This was tested by the psychologist and Stanford professor, Philip Zimbardo. He conducted an experiment in 1973 to test whether the brutality of guards was situational or dispositional, or in other words, whether it was due to the circumstances they were under or simply due to sadistic personalities they possessed. His plan was to use a mock prison in Stanford’s basement