Psychopathic Behavior
Psychopathy is a personality disorder that is characterized by a extensive pattern of disregarding others and their feelings.It is defined in different ways, but it can involve a lack of empathy or remorse, false emotions, selfishness and deceptiveness. It can also involve impulsiveness, irritability and aggression.

Symptoms of Psychopaths:
Superficial charm
Impressive sense of self-worth
Constant need for stimulation
Pathological lying 1
Lack of remorse or guilt
Lack of empathy
Parasitic lifestyle 2
Promiscuous sexual behavior
Early behavior problems
Lack of realistic, long-term goals
Impulsivity 3
Failure to accept responsibility for own actions
Many short-term relationships
Juvenile delinquency
Criminal versatility

1. Lying compulsively
2. Living on benefits while making no attempt to find employment, sleeping half of the day, "bumming" off your friends
3. Proceeding from natural feeling without any forethought

There is not many “treatments” for psychopaths. Evidence has shown abnormal amygdala functioning in psychopaths. There is research being done concerning weather you can “fix” this part of the brain.