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Schmauk, for example, found that while psychopaths apparently made little attempt to avoid shock or social disapproval, they were quite willing and able to avoid monetary loss. It is of considerable interest here that psychopaths gave appropriate anticipatory fear (GSR) responses and were aware o f the 30 PSYCHOPATHIC B E H A V I O R : SOME RECENT T H E O R Y A N D R E S E A R C H \ ^ -v / PSYCHOPATHIC C R I M I N A L S \ NEUROTIC CRIMINALS NON-CRIMINALS 1-10 11-13 14-16 TRIALS Figure 9 Avoidance ratio (shocked errors/nonshocked errors) as a function of trials.
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