Psychopathy/Psychopathy and staged events
| Psychopathy/Psychopathy and staged events |
(personality disorder, character disturbance, deception)
|Psychopaths tend to impose their lies onto organizations and groups|
Intelligent psychopaths develop a play-acting style when they recognize early on that they don't have (most of) the feelings their peers, parents and siblings display; to avoid being left out, to control and deceive. The first thing primary psychopath learn, is to hide their emotionless core and seem "normal". They are constantly watching others watching them to perfect their acting.
- Deutsch, Helene. "The impostor: Contribution to ego psychology of a type of psychopath." The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 24.4 (1955): 483-505.
- The historical Munchausen conned and lied without compunction.
- Hare, R. D.,Babiak, P. (2006). Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work. New York: Regan Books. https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/127744-snakes-in-suits-when-psychopaths-go-to-work