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Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (3):527-531 (1997)
It is impossible to discuss the constructs and in a single coherent essay. The following three rejoinders address each of these exceedingly complex constructs individually, as each relates to the two-path model of sociopathy and psychopathy
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