While indeed accurate, that definition falls a bit short.
Perhaps that's because sociopath is a word that touches people on not just an intellectual level but an emotional one too, often evoking dark feelings and making people shudder ().
The terms “psychopath” and “sociopath” often get used interchangeably, but they’re not exactly the same.
Regardless of semantics, here’s how to spot the heartless, charming evil of a psychopath or sociopath.
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A simple definition of sociopath is someone who possesses the sociopathic characteristics of having no conscience and is tremendously antisocial.
This personality disorder affects men more frequently than women. Here's a great icebreaker for your next cocktail party: the Native Alaskan peoples call psychopaths "kunlangeta." The brain of a psychopath is different than yours or mine (unless you're a psychopath).
It has a smaller prefrontal cortex—the part that regulates behavior, impulse control, and planning—and a deformed amygdala, the seat of negative emotions like fear, guilt, and sadness.
Imagine total freedom from fear, anxiety, or guilt.
You do whatever you want without the pesky hindrance of conscience, social consequences, authority figures, or worrying about the well-being of others.