antisociality

antisociality

(ˌæntɪˌsəʊʃɪˈælɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being antisocial
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Differentiating psychopathy from general antisociality using the P3 as a psychophysiological correlate of attentional allocation.
Risk assessment instruments that measure dynamic (changeable) factors often include lack of remorse as an indicator of "antisociality" that may be correlated with a heightened risk of recidivism.
Johnson and McRuer (2014b) questioned the ways neoliberalism contains the body, the ways we might crip containment strategies, and relationships between queer antisociality and feminist disability studies work on interdependence.
For instance, existing ethnographic work has called into question the idea that acts of noncompliance or resistance from program participants necessarily signal rebellion, antisociality, or future offending (Fox 2000; Robinson 8c McNeill 2008; Werth 2017a).
When children become thieves, their antisociality has a particular power dynamic in that their acts set them against the adult world, subverting its "natural" authority over them.
Assessment of fearless dominance and impulsive antisociality via normal personality measures: Convergent validity, criterion validity, and developmental change.
Antisociality and the construct of psychopathy: Data from across the globe.
Gorbaniuk, Krzyszycha & Holewa (2010) used a lexical approach to personality research which allowed them to identify three dimensions of political party personality in Poland (Openness to cooperation, Strength, Antisociality).
A review of the literature revealed that psychosocial interventions lack both treatment efficacy and clinical utility in remediating the core characteristics of antisociality or reducing criminal recidivism.
Our impulse as readers to want to domesticate The Morgesons, to make it historically recognizable, to turn it into something it actively resists, might give us pause, instructing us in an ethics of difference predicated on antisociality. In a way, Stoddard's novel anticipates the recent preoccupation in queer theory with the negative, the intractable, and the antisocial.
Antisociality, sexual deviance, and sexual reoffending in juvenile sex offenders: A meta-analytical investigation.