Expressively Impulsive (e.g., is impetuous and irrepressible,
acting hastily and spontaneously in a restless, spur-of-the-moment manner; is
short-sighted, incautious and imprudent, failing to plan ahead or consider alternatives,
no less heed consequences).
(F) Interpersonally Irresponsible (e.g., is untrustworthy and
unreliable, failing to meet or intentionally negating personal obligations of a marital,
parental, employment or financial nature; actively intrudes upon and violates the rights
of others, as well as transgresses established social codes through deceitful or illegal
Cognitive Style (e.g., construes events and relationships in
accord with socially unorthodox beliefs and morals; is disdainful of traditional ideals,
fails to conform to social norms, and is contemptuous of conventional values).
Self-Image (e.g., sees self as unfettered by the
restrictions of social customs and the constraints of personal loyalties; values the image
and enjoys the sense of being free, unencumbered and unconfined by persons, places,
obligations or routines).
Object-Relations (e.g., internalized representations comprise
degraded and corrupt relationships that spur revengeful attitudes and restive impulses
which are driven to subvert established cultural ideals and mores, as well as to devalue
personal sentiments and to sully, but intensely covet, the material attainments of society
Regulatory Mechanism (e.g., inner tensions that might accrue by
postponing the expression of offensive thoughts and malevolent actions are rarely
constrained; socially repugnant impulses are not refashioned in sublimated forms, but are
discharged directly in precipitous ways, usually without guilt or remorse).
Morphologic Organization (e.g., inner morphologic structures to contain
drive and impulse are noted by their paucity, as are efforts to curb refractory energies
and attitudes, leading to easily transgressed controls, low thresholds for hostile or
erotic discharge, few subliminatory channels, unfettered self-expression, and a marked
intolerance of delay or frustration).
Mood-Temperament (e.g., is insensitive, irritable and aggressive, as
expressed in a wide-ranging deficit in social charitableness, human compassion or personal
remorse; exhibits a coarse incivility, as well as an offensive, if not reckless disregard
for the safety of self or others).