Sociopathy - this is a specific personality disorder, consisting in the systematic violation of prescriptions and norms determined by society, heightened aggressiveness, inability to build close relationships with the environment. The nature and behavioral reactions in a patient with this ailment are also upset. Sociopaths are not prone to empathy. They ignore the social prescriptions and obligations that others perceive as extremely irresponsible. Individuals suffering from sociopathy are characterized by high conflict, inability to maintain long-term relationships, however, there are no particular difficulties in forming new contacts in sick subjects.
Sociopaths are outwardly charming, interested in the surrounding individuals, but they are not able to show responsibility in relation to them, as a result of which they are not considered with the feelings of others. Sociopaths have reduced tolerance for frustration. Hence the emergence of increased aggressiveness, in cases of impossibility to immediately get what you want. At the same time, sociopaths completely lack guilt.
The causes of sociopathy are rooted in early childhood. Since it is through parental education that a huge amount of information, knowledge and skills, behavioral reactions are laid. Initially, it is parents who teach kids to build social relationships, make contacts. There is also a genetic sociopathy that occurs as a result of a violation of the formation of a gene at the stage of embryonic development, which is responsible for making social contacts and human qualities.