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psy·cho·path

 (sī′kə-păth′)
n.
A person who engages in psychopathic behavior or is affected by antisocial personality disorder.

[Back-formation from psychopathic.]
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psychopath

(ˈsaɪkəʊˌpæθ)
n
(Psychiatry) a person afflicted with a personality disorder characterized by a tendency to commit antisocial and sometimes violent acts and a failure to feel guilt for such acts. Also called: sociopath
ˌpsychoˈpathic adj
ˌpsychoˈpathically adv
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psy•cho•path

(ˈsaɪ kəˌpæθ)

n.
a person having a character disorder distinguished by amoral or antisocial behavior without feelings of remorse; psychopathic person.
[1880–85]
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psychopath

An unstable individual who is unable to adjust to society.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.psychopath - someone with a sociopathic personalitypsychopath - someone with a sociopathic personality; a person with an antisocial personality disorder (`psychopath' was once widely used but has now been superseded by `sociopath')
mental case, neurotic, psychoneurotic - a person suffering from neurosis
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psychopath

noun madman, lunatic, maniac, psychotic, nutter (Brit. slang), basket case (slang), nutcase (slang), sociopath, headcase (informal), mental case (slang), headbanger (informal), insane person She was abducted by a dangerous psychopath.
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Translations

psychopath

[ˈsaɪkəʊpæθ] Npsicópata mf
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psychopath

[ˈsaɪkəʊpæθ] npsychopathe mf
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psychopath

nPsychopath(in) m(f)
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psychopath

[ˈsaɪkəʊˌpæθ] npsicopatico/a
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psy·cho·path

n. psicópata, persona que padece de trastornos mentales.
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psychopath

n psicópata mf
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At least two perspectives should be highlighted here: Firstly, the juridical, in which the "delinquent" label can be applied only to those people who have been considered guilty by a judge after committing a crime; and secondly, classic psychiatry, in which diagnostic categories, such as dissocial disorder or antisocial personality disorder, apply to patients with a series of symptoms specified in classification system manuals, such as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V; American Psychiatric Association, 2013) or the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10; World Health Organization, 1992).
Antisocial personality disorder had positive correlation with narcissistic (p <.001) and borderline (p <.001).
Offenders with antisocial personality disorder show attentional bias for violence-related stimuli.
Other situations, when a person could be a risk of harm to others, are personality disorders with a high level of impulsivity or lack of remorse, such as&nbsp;(https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/antisocial-personality-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20353928) antisocial personality disorder.
Antisocial personality disorder had significant correlation with narcissistic r (98) = 0.42(p<0.01) and depressive personality disorder r (98) = 0.21(p<0.05).
A greater association has been reported for Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), with a 12.8 OR (CI: 7.4 to 14) (Yu et al., 2012), a similar risk to those who are addicted to alcohol or drugs.
Now, psychiatrists label it as antisocial personality disorder.
Consultant forensic psychiatrist Dr Jonathan Shapero told the court he believed Wilcocks suffered from a mixed personality disorder, featuring traits of BPD and another condition, AntiSocial Personality Disorder (ASPD).