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Haltlose personality disorder is an ICD-10 personality disorder in which affected individuals are selfish, irresponsible and hedonistic. "Haltlos" is a German word that in this context refers to a drifting, floundering, aimless, irresponsible lifestyle.
Affected individuals have many similarities in common with dissocial personality disorder and its DSM counterpart antisocial personality disorder. Characteristics of these personalities are:
- have a strong present time orientation with no long-term goals
- have no conscientiousness or concentration
- do not feel remorse or learn from experience
- Langmaack, C. (2000). "'Haltlose' type personality disorder (ICD-10 F60.8)" (PDF). The Psychiatrist. 24 (6): 235–236. doi:10.1192/pb.24.6.235-b. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2016-06-03. Retrieved 2017-02-12.
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