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Anti-Social Personality Disorder - Aggressive anti-social behavior with continual violation of the rights of others.
Authoritarian Personality Disorder - A particular personality type drawn to the ideology of fascism.  Developed in early childhood experiences.   Characteristics include: rigid conformist respect for superiors/hatred for inferiors advocates.

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PsychNet-UK Antisocial Personality Disorder Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
A Checklist of Psychopathic Indicators - One of the more interesting contributions of psychology to criminology is the concept of psychopathy, also called sociopathy.  An Article.  3/5

Anti-Social Personality Disorder - Individuals with an Antisocial Personality Disorder show a lack of concern toward the expectations and rules of society and usually frequently become involved in at least minor violations of the law.  3/5
Antisocial Personality Disorder - New Treatments - From the Journal of Psychiatry. Registration Required. 4/5
Antisocial Personality Disorder - Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a lack of regard for the moral or legal standards in the local culture, sociopath.  By Psywem.com. 3/5
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Intervening to Prevent Antisocial Personality Disorder A Statistical Report, Home Office UK. 3/5

The Institute for the Study of Antisocial Behaviour in Youth - Information related to antisocial and violent behaviour in youth through seminars, public forums, etc.  3/5
Maudsley Page - Research - Report 1997-1998 - To produce scientific evidence about the aetiology
and course of antisocial behaviour among people with mental disorder. 
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Robert Hare's Page for the Study of Psychopaths, "Sociopaths", Violent Offenders, Serial Killers. 4/5

Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder: A Case of Diagnostic Confusion - An Article. 3/5
   
Authoritarian Personality Disorder
Authoritarian Personality - Authoritarian Personality excessive conformity submissiveness to authority intolerance insecurity superstition ridged, stereotyped thought patterns. Part of a slide show entitled Race & Equality Main Index.   3/5
Prejudice, The Authoritarian Personality - Psychological Self-Help - DISLIKING OTHERS WITHOUT VALID REASONS: PREJUDICE Where Do Prejudices Come From? Prejudice is a premature judgment--a positive or a negative attitude towards a person or group of people which is not based on objective facts.   4/5
Somatic Fixation and the Autoritiarian Personality - SOMATIC FIXATION AND THE AUTHORITARIAN PERSONALITY M. A. Berger and P. G. Bernad Although no specific statistics are available it is generally known that a large proportion of patients who seek treatment for the relief of 'somatic complaints' . An Article. 4/5
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