Psychopaths are recognized as individuals who are psychologically deficient. Psychopaths do not have empathy based emotions upon their victims and thus they are significant moral motivation sources. Despite having the ability to communicate, psychopaths have a deficiency of perception that involves the ability to acknowledge moral values relating to their decisions and actions. However, psychopaths are not consecutive criminals since their offences are generally not so significant and thus are viewed as social problem rather than a criminal offense.
Behavioral Traits of Psychopaths
People suffering from this mental disorder portray very irrelevant practices especially when they comment the actions of other people. Moral values can be best learnt through taking into consideration the behavioral traits of psychopaths. Initially, it may not be possible to notice if a person is suffering from psychological disorder because they appear to be completely normal. They do not exhibit any sign of mental impairment and their intelligence quotient is above average and thus, their deficiency is linked to the ruthless moral discrepancy.
The brain part that controls the emotions in psychopaths is spoiled, which makes psychopaths behave dangerously. Through scrutinizing the emotional brain part of psychopaths, it can be identified that the level of activation is above normal which makes the psychopaths sense power distinct from normal people.
According to neuroscientists, the emotional brain part of psychopaths produces aversive sentiments of fear and anxiety. This makes psychopaths to lack the sense of empathy on other people. Therefore, psychopaths do not learn from their unpleasant behavior. According to research, psychopaths commit criminal’s offenses four times more compared to any other criminals after being released from prison. Psychopaths do everything possible to achieve their desires without considering how it affects other people.
Impacts of Psychopaths to the Society
Just like any other person, psychopaths have their own likes or dislikes. However, due to lack of empathy, psychopaths lack the sense of love. Psychopaths are not able to sympathize with other people during unfortunate state of affairs.
The distress and pain of schizophrenia is quite small compared to economic and social carnage committed by psychopaths. Psychopaths have significant participation in criminal violations of moral rules within the society. However, not all psychopaths have been imprisoned and therefore most of them live ruined lives within the society. Psychopaths establish a surviving mechanism which fit their rationale which cause discomforts to other people in the society. People like to do fair to others and anticipate them to do so in return; however, psychopaths do not share similar aspect.