Roughly one in 25 Americans is a sociopath, according to Harvard psychologist Dr. Martha Stout, author of The Sociopath Next Door. Of course, not all sociopaths are dangerous criminals.
Many people marry sociopaths, or hire them, do business deals with them, or elect them to responsible positions, even though they saw some warning signs.
Sociopath Statistics The sociopath makes up approximately 3 to 5 percent of the general population. According to the American Psychiatric Association, about three out of 100 males and one in 100 are sociopaths. Approximately 70 percent of sociopaths who come from fatherless homes and 30 percent are born out of wedlock.
The American Psychiatric Association estimates the number of antisocial personality disorders at around 4 % in the United States, that seems to be increasing as cultural expectations put less responsibility on the individual for antisocial behavio...
How to Spot a Sociopath (Hint: It Could Be You) ... and plots ways to “ruin people” in her spare time. She straddles a fine line between success and failure, with the traits that have gotten ...
Symptom: Lack of empathy. Perhaps one of the most well-known signs of ASP is a lack of empathy, particularly an inability to feel remorse for one's actions.“Many people with ASP do seem to lack ...
Protect Yourself from Sociopaths at Work August 30, 2016 Joanie Connell Leave a comment Recent events have increased my curiosity about sociopaths—terrorists, mass shootings, politicians, The Big Short, and non-criminal business people who use others to get what they want.
Sociopaths are willing to hurt whomever whenever if it means that they will achieve their goals. This is why many sociopaths tend to be highly successful people. However, keep in mind that, although many people think sociopaths hunt people for sport, this is often not true; They simply do as they please without caring about how it affects others.
Psychopaths may be cunning and manipulative, but subtle clues buried in their speech reveals them, according to researchers who used computer programs to analyze how convicted murders spoke.
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said 1 in 100 people are sociopaths in an interview with Karina Kling of the Capital Tonight program on Spectrum News in Austin (screen grab, March 2018).