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Authors:  Eric Anton Kreuter
Abstract:
In Kreuter’s previous chapters in Advances in Psychology Research (vol.’s 41, 48, and 53), his book: Victim vulnerability: An existential humanistic interpretation of a single case study (2006), and his chapter, titled Cyber Psycho (2010a) included in a book titled Internet Fraud Casebook, which was republished in Fraud Magazine (2010b), the details of a unique case study of a victim of crime reveal the behavior of a psychopathic criminal, a woman, age 55 (2010) (“Connie”). This chapter deepens the discussion into a new area, that of the observance of multiple dimensions of consciousness within the structure of Connie’s personality. Examples are given from the forensic record to demonstrate her shifting, perhaps knowingly, between the dimensions of her awareness, determined through the lens of the researcher, a forensic examiner, and the victim (“Robert”), an airline pilot, who continues to explore details of Connie’s life as a way of more fully understanding who she is, why she victimized him, and what could be diagnosed about her personality based on evidence. Upon careful segmentation and comparison of the data extracted from the immense and well-organized pool of evidence, it was concluded that Connie’s conscious personality contains uncommon mental pathways, enabling her to exhibit different dimensions of behavior, some of it quite dangerous. Through analysis of her use of language (voices, involving multiple forms of self-reference), a more refined understanding of the psychopathic personality is possible. The present research opens new veins of research in the psychopathic mine shaft. For purposes of this chapter, the names of actual persons have been changed to maintain anonymity. When quoting, pseudonyms have been used. 


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