posted on Jan, 18 2009 @ 01:59 AM
Originally posted by Xtrozero
In my studies I believe I learned that a psychopath’s brain patterns were different than what is considered a normal pattern.
Well, while I too have seen these reports, I don't think that entirely accounts for their behaior. Let's face it, some people react to hardship
differently than others. Most "psychopaths" have been severely mistreated, particularly in their child and early adult years. To say that experience
and conditioning hasn't contributed to their behavior is rather naive.
Of course, we all know that differnt people react to the same experience differenly.
Joe Coswell gets beat by his father every day when he comes home from school. After years of abuse, Joe grows up, goes to college, and has a family.
He has absolutely no inclination to commit a horrible crime.
Frank Daswell also gets beat by his father every day when he comes home from school. After years of abuse, he becomes a loner full of rage. He never
marries, but he makes sure he has plenty of company buried in his downstairs cellar.
Everyone is wired differently. What may not bother me in the slightest may make you irrate and vice versa.