Ted Bundy Research Paper

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Ted Bundy, a handsome, educated psychopathic law student who stalked and murdered dozens of young college women who looked very much like a young woman who broke off her relationship with him. Bundy was a very adept and glib con artist who faked a broken arm in a sling to convince young women to help him carry his textbooks to his car. Once there, he battered them with a baseball bat and carried them off for ghoulish rituals. Today in the world many citizens would like to know how to identify a psychopath before approaching one. Citizens may also ask, are psychopaths born or made, if their child is a psychopath and what exactly is a psychopath. Psychopaths cannot be understood in terms of antisocial rearing or development. They are morally depraved individuals who represent the “monster” in our society. They are unstoppable and untreatable predators. Psychopaths plan their violence purposeful and emotionless. Their emotionless reflects a detached, fearless, and possibly split states, revealing a low-state autonomic nervous system and lack of anxiety. Control and dominance could be what motivates them. Certain brain disorders and hormonal imbalances mimic the state of mind of a psychopath. There are four types of psychopaths. A…show more content…
They differ in temperament from other children and are at greater risk for delinquency. Only a few children with antisocial tendencies were born with such a predisposition. They are fearless and have a weak behavioral system. Antisocial behaviors in children are caused by poor parenting, fathers that are not in the child’s life and a mother who doesn’t talk to their child the correct way. Maybe the child frustrates them or their parenting skills are just not there. Psychopaths have abnormal brain activities. They make certain connections more slowly than other children. The child show less fear of punishment, and seem to need to do things that excite them. Most likely a psychopath can actually be born and

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