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Are You A Psychopath?

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1 (low) to 5 (high). 

Your score from primary psychopathy has been calculated as 1.6. Primary psychopathy is the affective aspects of psychopathy; a lack of empathy for other people and tolerance for antisocial orientations. 

Your score from secondary psychopathy has been calculated as 2. Secondary psychopathy is the antisocial aspects of psychopathy; rule breaking and a lack of effort towards socially rewarded behavior.

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On 9/13/2021 at 9:55 PM, Flowerfaeiry said:

I'm super ashamed of my results. 

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@Flowerfaeiry Yeah ofcourse you ought to be SUPER ASHAMED of your results:D

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On 9/13/2021 at 0:10 PM, Flowerfaeiry said:

I'm super ashamed of my results. 

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na don't be. if i had to guess, you just have a very self-honest personality. 

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2.4. Primary psychopathy is the affective aspects of psychopathy; a lack of empathy for other people and tolerance for antisocial orientations.

1.4. Secondary psychopathy is the antisocial aspects of psychopathy; rule breaking and a lack of effort towards socially rewarded behavior.

 

Primary psychopathy was higher than 62.34% of people who have taken this test.

Secondary psychopathy was higher than 4.60% of people who have taken this test.

Justification for my score: Morality is relative and I try to neither judge myself nor others and I'm ain't no saint yet (primary psychopathy) but I value integrity and understand that acting in accordance with higher values creates a Good Life / reduces suffering (secondary psychopathy).

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Primary psychopathy: 2.1 (higher than 50.45% of people who took the test)

Secondary psychopathy: 2.8 (higher than 60.38% of people who have taken this test)

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On 15.9.2021 at 1:07 PM, IAmReallyImportant said:

Yes, but "average" depends on both distributions and cannot be isolated in that specific case.

In special localities your statement applies. But not globally or absolutely in this domain considering the visualized data.

Maybe the word I was looking for is "median" and not "average" (scoring higher/lower than 50% of people means you have a median score) :)


To balance beauty and complexity so perfectly is a divine mystery.

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Your score from primary psychopathy has been calculated as 1.4. Primary psychopathy is the affective aspects of psychopathy; a lack of empathy for other people and tolerance for antisocial orientations.

Your score from secondary psychopathy has been calculated as 1.9. Secondary psychopathy is the antisocial aspects of psychopathy; rule breaking and a lack of effort towards socially rewarded behavior.

You score for primary psychopathy was higher than 16.15% of people who have taken this test.

You score for secondary psychopathy was higher than 20.5% of people who have taken this test.

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I think it's time to post my results, sorry that I have been so busy this week.

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On 9/17/2021 at 5:27 AM, gggkkk said:

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Whoa, I can't believe we got the same results! 

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8 hours ago, Carl-Richard said:

Maybe the word I was looking for is "median" and not "average" (scoring 50% higher/lower than other people means you have a median score) :)

Not true

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Often overlooked causes of spiritual regression are exposure to free glutamate and EMF's. For me personally the REID program has helped me a lot, but everyone walks their own path and what has a profound impact for one person might be negligible for another.

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4 hours ago, IAmReallyImportant said:

Not true

Lol sorry, I meant to say "scoring higher/lower than 50% of people means you have a median score", not "scoring 50% higher (...)" . If the answer is still no, then why?


To balance beauty and complexity so perfectly is a divine mystery.

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I am 1.9 on primary and 2.9 on secondary.

there were some good questions.  One interesting question was "I feel bad when my actions cause emotional harm to other people.". I used to feel very bad about it to the point that it became dysfunctional.  Now I don't worry about it as much because I hurt myself a lot in the process of worrying about it.  It sounds like a bad quality, but it doesn't have to be.  In fact many of my behaviors were linked to autism spectrum disorder because people don't understand me.  I thought I would be higher for primary, but I don't hurt people in purpose... Usually.

I remember one was "love is overrated.". The way I usually think about love, it cannot be overrated because it reveals to me that all evil and suffering are illusions and everything is perfect.  For this test I figured they meant the usual way of thinking about love.  In this case I think of people who get to use emotional manipulation on me through various social games or people assuming they have to have a relationship or a family or they can't be happy.  I am perfectly fine on my own.  It is not that I'm afraid of other people, it is just obnoxious.  It is worth noting that my parents were both drug addicts and there was domestic violence that could weigh in this evaluation of love.

I don't think the second part is reliable.  I really had no idea what I was doing with those words.  Maybe I got less then have of them right, but that was very hard and I could have easily done worse or better.

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@trenton I suffer from ASP as well. For me the REID diet helped a lot, it also helped me to develop empathy, something I barely had before I started the diet. Be careful with the anti-vax and homeopathy often preached at nourished blessings. I'm not telling you not to make your own decisions, but for me the diet itself had a huge impact and I didn't have much side effects from my COVID-19 vaccinations. I get much sicker from a regular cold.

Aside from that zinc supplementation, meditation, CBD oil and certain probiotics helped me a lot.

I did another "psychopathy" test several years ago before the diet, and I scored very high (it was another self-test). Now I'm only scoring 1.3 primary and 2.7 secondary on this test.

I used identify with the "emo" subculture, and here's a comparison of me back then and now:

You can see empathy developing in the last two pictures: much moremature/softer facial expressions.

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Edited by Hap E-Boi

Often overlooked causes of spiritual regression are exposure to free glutamate and EMF's. For me personally the REID program has helped me a lot, but everyone walks their own path and what has a profound impact for one person might be negligible for another.

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@Hap E-Boi that sounds useful.  I never heard of the Reid diet, but it makes sense to avoid foods that worsen overstimulation.  I find myself lying awake at night for hours.  Sometimes melatonin works, but not always.  I also remember I eat a lot of cereal and oatmeal.  What did the Reid diet look like for you?  I'm 22 and still eat a lot of cereal.

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