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They do not tend to choose any kind of useful activity, preferring entertainment, leisure time, with no remorse no. If you need to make a serious effort to anything will, they immediately abandon this, replace that does not require a voltage that can be done effortlessly. Hence the frequent violations of discipline, rules of coexistence. In dealing with people in such persons is easy to see simplicity, the ease with which they come into contact. However, do not set persistent affections, even in relationships with loved ones and relatives.

For unstable psychopaths no prohibitions or restrictions. To act at their own discretion, they are as teenagers often run away from home. They live without thinking about the future, one day, it made for one thing, then another, never bring the follow through, prefer easy money serious responsibility work, tend to live at the expense of others. At constant coercion and strict control by others for their behavior at a time arises payment status. If there is no strict control, they prefer an idle life, easy to engage in anti-social groups can make the company antisocial behavior, petty crime, easy to get used to alcohol and drugs. Caught in nefarious deeds of crimes such persons shift the blame onto others, without showing any shame or embarrassment, prone to pseudologist, their lies rather naive, poorly thought out, implausible that they are also absolutely embarrassing.

Emotionally unstable personality disorder.

The main property of this type - impulsiveness in their actions without considering possible consequences, lack of self-control. Such an option personality pathology has been previously described other (F. Pinel, 1899 J. Pritchard, 1835), and even in England, where for a long time did not accept the concept of "psychopathy", first in the leadership of J. Henderson (1939) contrasted excitable version of psychopathy asthenic. By Kraepelin (1915), an excitable personality disorder (impulsive psychopaths) is characterized by unbridled emotions, their uncontrollable and unpredictable. About irritability against others as typical features of such persons wrote VM Bekhterev (1891). Any feeble excuse as he noted, leads excitable psychopaths in severe irritation, so that they are "out of his mind" at the slightest contradiction or even no reason at all sometimes can not restrain their impulses. Obvious anger often arises as an impulsive reaction in response to various everyday trivia. B. Magnan (1890) wrote that the brains of these people at the slightest concern is the victim of tension, irritability manifested extremely lively and fierce temper. Mile S. (1970) carefully studied the history of psychopaths excitable and showed that the "difficult behavior" is observed in them since childhood. Such early disturbances often do not attract the attention of parents and teachers in connection with their assessment as a purely "age" features. Requirements to adhere to generally lead to an obvious manifestation of disorders that causes the call for help. These children are first admitted to hospital (60.6%) only at school age. With regard to adulthood Kraepelin showed that psychopathic personalities excitable type up about one third of all psychopaths, in this regard, he meant their term "irritable" that exhibit violent uncontrolled explosions of emotion.

E. Kretschmer (1927) considered the explosive reaction described psychopaths as this type of response, in which the strong discharge without delay affects thinking. In some individuals, such "explosive diathesis" appear only able to identify pathological intoxication and at the height of its development clouded state. The practice of psychiatric evidence that the restriction of consciousness can occur at an altitude of affect in these individuals and is intoxicated. Here is an episode that occurred in the clinical picture of the patient explosive psychopathy described TK Ushakov (1987).

"Patient S., 47 years old. During the previous 15 years have repeatedly found the state of decompensation by excitable type. In between exacerbations sensitive, irritable, is angry. All these years, it constantly irritated by the noise of children playing under the windows. One summer, came home from work tired, somewhat irritated, annoyed official troubles. Under the window, as usual, the kids played. Irritability swept "over the edge." Could not resist. Popped up on the street. Everything around perceived "in a daze." Saw a girl playing with a ball. Ran to her ... One idea - to strangle. Instantly realized the horror of possible action stopped. Before it was some vague, indistinct, grayish, uncertain. In this state, almost beside himself. Returned to the apartment, sat on the couch in tears. Trembling knees, covered with sweat, having aching pain in the heart. "

Lack of poise SS Korsakov (1893) assessed as the main feature of the psychopathic constitution. Affects, according to VP Serbia (1912), in like psychopaths arise easily in their strength, they fall far short of their causes. Described previously epileptoidnye psychopathy largely corresponds featured excitable psychopathy, but here simultaneously with explosiveness observed viscosity torpid thinking, rancor, thoroughness, pedantry zastrevaemost on the minutiae of slowness. However, over time such persons accumulated irritation that can lead to sudden aggression, danger to others.

Psychopathy affective circle.

Cycloid psychopathy E. Kretschmer contrasted schizoid, noting naturalness affects the whole psychic life, "roundness" character cycloid unlike schematics schizoid. E. Bleuler (1922) marked the feature cycloids term "Sinton". These people are easy to communicate with everyone, they are emotionally responsive, pleasant, simple and natural in manner, freely show their feelings, they are characterized by kindness, friendliness, kindness, warmth and sincerity.

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