The Making of a Psychopathon October 24, 2010 in Psychology by Brian Combs
In light of the David Russell Williams case in Canada, The Globe and Mail in Toronto is looking at how a psychopath is made.
He discussed the work of Dr. Kent Kiehl, a neuroscientist at the University of New Mexico. Kiehl is researching the brain scans of convicted criminals, both young and old, and seeing how they differ. It appears the psychopaths show clear brain deficits.
This opens real questions for the criminal justice system.