Terms in this set (19)
Taking by force or strong persuasion of a wife, husband, child or other person.
Manner of behaving, whether good or bad.
Tyrannical or overbearing: showing a desire or tendency to excerpted excessive control or authority over others.
Satisfaction: a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction.
Shy: tending to be shy and quiet or at ease in a group. Interested in self: self absorbed and their people and the world around.
Not socially oriented: lacking a social component.
Symptom or feature of mental illness typically characterized by radial changes in personality, impaired functioning, and a distorted or nonexistent sense of objective reality.
A hormone to the regulation of the autonomic nervous system. Highly simulated, as by fear, anger, or some challenging situation.
The act of one individual of a species consuming all of part of another individual of the same species as food.
One who saw the act, fact, or transaction to which he testifies.
The term used when a person has been disgraced, belittled, or made to look foolish.
Chronic mental condition in which a person's way of thinking, perceiving situations and relating to others are dysfunctional and destructive. No regard for right or wrong, often disregard the riots, wishes, and feelings of others. No guilt or remorse.
Set of three behavioral characteristics which are associated with sociopathic behavior.
1. Enuresis (bed wetting) often past the age of 5.
2. Fire setting
3. Torturing small animals.
One that is repetitive, one that is committed by a habitual offender who is usually commits the same type of crime and in the same manner.
Unwilling to mix socially, averse to human social interaction. Unsuited to society, not conforming to normal social standards, or showing a lack of consideration for others.
Dissatisfaction: a feeling of disappointment, exasperation, or weariness caused by goals being thwarted or desires unsatisfied.
Ineffectual in response to emotional, social, intellectual, and physical demands in the absence of any obvious mental or physical.
To injure, disfigure or make imperfect by removing or irreparably damaging parts. To deprive (a person or animal) of a limb or other essential part.
Analyzing the details by which a crime was committed. Identify important personality and behavioral characteristics of an offender. Also known as psychological profiling.
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