Psychopaths have been found to have weak connections among the components of the brains emotional systems. These disconnects are responsible for the inability to feel emotions deeply. Psychopaths are also not good at detecting fear in the faces of other people (Blair et al., 2004).
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Can psychopaths fall in love?
The lower on the scale a psychopath is, the more likely they are to develop some sort of love for people such as family members. Psychopaths are much less likely to develop deep bonds with others, however. Interestingly, psychopaths may still want to be loved even if they are almost incapable of truly loving another.
Can psychopaths be afraid?
Psychopathic individuals can feel fear despite having trouble in the automatic detection and responsivity to threat, Psychological Bulletin reports. For many decades the lack of feeling fear has been put forth as a hallmark feature of psychopathy, the impairments in which would lead to bold risk-taking behavior.