The Psychopathic Mind: Origins, Dynamics, and Treatment
Forensic psychologist Reid Meloy identifies psychopathology as a deviant development disturbance characterized by inordinate instinctual aggression and the absence of a capacity bond. It is the definitive book on the subject.
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Summarizing the Biological Matrix
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absence actual object affective violence antisocial personality antisocial personality disorder appears attempt Bianchi biological borderline personality capacity character problem sample clinical clinician conceptual conscious correlate countertransference criminal David Berkowitz deception defensive delusional denial devaluation developmental dissociative drug emotional Exner experience expression external fantasy feelings forensic formal thought disorder function grandiose self-structure Grotstein hallucinations human hypothesized ideal object ideation impulses inpatient intent internal interpersonal intrapsychic introjects Kernberg Lerner malingering manic Meloy mental multiple personality disorder murder narcissistic personality narcissistic personality disorder object concepts object percepts object relations object representations paranoid parents pathic patient perceived percent personality disorder personality organization predation predatory violence primitive projective identification pseudoidentification psychiatric psychodynamic psychological psychopathic character psychopathic disturbance psychopathic individual psychopathic process psychosis psychotherapy psychotic reality testing relationship responses Rorschach sadistic schizophrenic score sense sensory-perceptual sexual psychopath simulation social splitting stranger selfobject structure superego tion tive treatment unconscious Unmot victim