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To date, there is no universally effective, long-term psychological treatment for antisocial personality disorder (or psychopathy specifically). In many cases, particularly when a psychopath or an individual with APD commits a violent crime, confinement is the only form of long-term management. What ethical concerns with this come to mind, if any? Should society explore other methods to treat/manage psychopathy, or is confinement a reasonable approach in violent circumstances?
23. All humans show changes in facial expressions to accompany emotions such as fear, anger, happiness, disgust, and surprise. But how well can you identify these expressions when shown by individuals from a different culture? A) identifying facial expressions is a learned skill, so you would not be able to identify them if you were not familiar with that particular culture B) facial expressions are similar across cultures so you would be able to identify them with good accuracy C) facial expressions are all culturally specific, so you would not be able to identify them D) facial expressions vary by personality, not by culture E) none of the above
Sam is preparing her boyfriend's favorite chili, and as specified in the recipe she has used 18 grams of salt. When her boyfriend tastes the chili, he tells Sam that she needs to add more salt. According to "Weber's Law" what is the minimum amount of salt that Sam needs to add for her boyfriend to notice that she has added more salt? (Note: The last time that Sam made the chili, her boyfriend was able to just notice a difference in the saltiness of the chili when she increased the salt in the recipe from 9 grams to 12 grams). A) 6 grams B) 1 gram C) 9 grams D) 20 grams E) 36 grams