Why is it an accepted thought that childhood is the crucial factor in psychopath’s development?

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There is a school of thought that the upbringing is a crucial factor in a psychopath’s development. A study carried out by Dr Aina Gullhaugen of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology on high-security prisoners found that many had been on the receiving end of either total parental neglect or controlling authoritarian parenting. Gullhaugen describes a scale going from total neglect at one end, to control at the other, going on to say “More than half of the psychopaths I have studied reported that they had been exposed to a parenting style that could be placed on either extreme...
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