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Psychopathy as Unified Theory of Crime. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. July 24, - Published on Amazon. Verified Purchase. October 13, - Published on Amazon. August 23, - Published on Amazon. This is the greatest description of the criminal personality that I have ever read. I was the Drug Czar of Dallas and brought Samenow to Dallas to speak to our police officers so they could understand how criminals think. Samenow and Yochelson learned from criminals whom they interviewed, treated, and following for many years, how they think.
The main emphasis is the lack of responsibility because they are only interested in themselves. Their conclusions apply to so many people include politicians who display these characteristics. When you read the list of thinking and behavioral patterns of criminals, you will be able to apply every single one of them to our current politicians and our president.
August 11, - Published on Amazon. This is a book that should not be missed by those working with inmates and ex-cons. When I taught at a jail inmates told me about this book, the first of a series of three, which they had studied in prison. I read all three and began teaching criminal thinking. First, psychoticism describes people as being aggressive, egocentric, and impulsive.
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Second, neuroticism describes people with low self-esteem, anxiety, and wide mood swings. The third is extroversion, which describes the personality of an individual who is sensation-seeking, dominant, and assertive. A majority of these traits are found in criminals, which have been studied and classified.