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Overall, the lack of research on percieved criticism, especially within populations that display meanness, show a need for research because just like mood, percieved criticism may change throughout the day. Understanding the relationship between psychopathic meanness and momentary patterns of percieved criticism among family members could provide helpful insight into social interactions and elucidating patterns of family dysfunction involved in the most antagonistic features of psychopathy.
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Antisocial personality disorders; Attitude change; Decision making--Moral and ethical aspects; Interpersonal relations
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms | Cognitive Psychology | Social Psychology and Interaction
Hayes, Jordan E. and McGinty, Kayla, "You're So Harsh On Me: Meanness in Psychopathy and Perceived Family Criticism" (2022). Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters. 152.
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