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Thus far, the evidence for differences between psychopaths and normal persons is not very impressive. However, when classical conditioning and avoidance learning studies are considered, more consistent differences do become apparent. Because of their importance to several theories of psychopathy, these studies will be discussed in somewhat more detail. Classical conditioning. The published research has been confined to eyeblink and electrodermal (GSR) conditioning. With respect to the former, and using a simple conditioning paradigm (only one CS), Miller (1966) found that psychopathic criminals were not significantly inferior to neurotic criminals and noncriminals in the acquisition of a conditioned eyeblink.
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