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Criminal Psychology:

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Transcript of Criminal Psychology:

-Physiological
stress
-Manipulation
-Lack of emotion
-Pathological liar
-impulsive
-irresponsible

Criminal Psychology:
Serial Killer vs. Psychopath


Jeffery Dahmer
Ted Bundy
Backround
Conclusion
Questions and Answers
Attention- psychopaths love the attention that comes from their cruel acts of torture.
Control- the ability to dominate their victim knowing all power is in their hands drives psychopaths to kill.
Sexual pleasure- whether male or female psychopaths enjoy the view of their victims during cruel acts of punishment. The struggle for freedom entices the oppressor giving them a hunger to continue kidnap and torture.
Deception- Seeing victims fall within their trap and web of lies. The victims vulnerability creates a thrill causing the the oppressor to decieve.
Aspects
Motives
- Were physically or sexual abused as children
-Anger
-Thrill
- Financial gain
-Attention seeking

Aspects
-Alcohol and substance abuse
-physical injuries
-growing up isolated
-fantasies
-sexually stress events in childhood
-psychological abuse during childhood



Brain Damange
Damage in hypothalamus and limblic system can contribute to abnormal behavior such as:
-loss of judgement
-extreme aggression
-violence

Ted Bundy
(serial Killer)
-Serial Killer is someone who murders more than 3 victims one at a time in a short time period.
-Ted Bundy was born November 24th,1946.
-He has been convicted of 33 death.
-He has confess to over 100 deaths.
-The term "serial killer" was invented and first used with Ted Bundy as a description of his character.
-Was sentences to death three time on 2 separate trials.
Jerffey Dahmer
(psychopath)
Fun Facts
-Ted Bundy was a Boy Scout and then a law student.
-Ted Bundy birth name is Theodore Robert Cowell
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More Fun Facts
-His parents fought openly and constantly in front of him before their divorce.
-Dahmer was extremely shy and introverted through his childhood and teenage years.
Thanks for watching!!!!
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Motives
-psychopath is a person with an antisocial personality disorder.
-Jeffery Dahmer was born on May 12th, 1960,
- Jeffrey Dahmer was sexually molested by a neighbor at age 8.
-At age 10 , Jeffrey was decapitating animals and mounting their heads on stakes.
-His parents had a terrible divorce and the stress from that was a catalyst for the criminal events to come.
Brain Damage
In the medial prefrontal cortex of the brain of the psychopathic group of antisocial men compared to a normal brain
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