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Theodore Millon Position Statement on Personality Theorist Chapter

… Towards this end, therefore, it is clear that the behavior of pedophiles matches the highlights of this particular domain of psychopath conduct.
The cognitive approach when it comes to the phenomenological domain is, according to Craig (2005), reported as being 'deviant.' It is important to note that those who harbor antisocial tendencies tend to have a different perspective of events from that of normal persons. Their morals as well as beliefs tend to be manifestly unusual, unconventional, and in most cases perverse. With this in mind, it is important to note that the conduct and behavior of pedophiles is not only bizarre, but also anomalous. Their desires and resulting actions could be termed deviant. It is this cognitive deviancy amongst pedophiles that links their behaviors…. [read more]

How Millon s personality theory Chapter

… Lack of remorse makes their behaviors habitual.
In the final analysis, it should be noted that the fact that there is an overlap of sorts between the personality traits of pedophiles and the domains put forth by Millon offers us an opportunity to tackle the child abuse monster in our contemporary society. This is despite the fact in this case, two spectrum disorders are being examined. A discussion of this nature is not only timely, but also relevant, especially given that the problem cuts across all cultures and its impact spreads across many generations. Given the psychopathic-like characteristics of pedophiles, Millon's domains could be used to understand the modus operandi of a pedophile so as to design the most effective intervention measures. This is more…. [read more]

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… The only ways to make the position statement stronger would be to better operationalize the variables. Emotional intelligence includes various sub-components, including self-awareness but also being able to recognize the emotional or cognitive states of others. Likewise, mindfulness can be measured in different ways. These issues may have a bearing on the validity of the results.
Overall, the Petrides, G'mez & P'rez-Gonz'lez (2016) has internal validity. The researchers controlled for extraneous variables, and acknowledged potential weaknesses in the research design. The researchers refer to the 'spate' of evidence substantiating the validity of emotional intelligence measures (p. 8). Although the sample size was relatively small, the results may be generalizable to a similar population. Likewise, the study may not provide the causal relationships needed to…. [read more]

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