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Understands everyone as a unique individual

This contradicts the APD tendency to disregard others’ safety and rights.

-1 APD

Inspirational

This correlates with psychopaths’ charm.

+1 PSYCHO

Wants to lead through conviction

Psychopaths are not empathic. Sociopaths, on the other hand, are emotionally driven.

-1 PSYCHO +1 SOCIO

Likes to push society’s standards

This contradicts the psychopath’s lack of risk to self, but correlates with the sociopath’s disregard for society.

-1 PSYCHO +1 SOCIO

Experiments with self and perspectives

The ISFP enjoys looking inward and discovering himself. This correlates with the psychopath’s desire to learn.

+1 PSYCHO

Cares deeply about what is at the core of one’s being

The psychopath is charming, but not empathic, a cancellation. The sociopath has little empathy toward people.

-1 SOCIO

Lives in the moment

Psychopaths plan things very carefully and observe all the angles, which doesn’t work well for those who are in the here and now. People with APD and sociopaths are impulsive, which correlates. Sociopaths are also similar in that they are spontaneous and don’t think about the risk or consequences of their actions.

-1 PSYCHO +1 APD +3 SOCIO

Creative

This is a direct correlation with psychopaths’ desire to learn.

+1 PSYCHO

Passionate

Psychopaths have the ability to be viewed as charming and trustworthy, so it wouldn’t surprise me if they could come off as passionate in some ways. APD involves impulsiveness, which I would think is a large part of passion. Sociopaths also are impulsive and are also influenced by emotion.

+1 PSYCHO +1 APD +2 SOCIO

Selfish

Psychopaths’ first concern is making sure there isn’t any risk to themselves. Sociopaths, also, are selfish to the point that they have difficulty maintaining a job or a family, possibly because of their selfishness.

+1 PSYCHO +1 SOCIO

Can lash out in extreme anger at criticism

Sociopaths are prone to anger and agitation. Those with APD tend toward aggression and violence.

+2 APD +1 SOCIO

Loves taking risks

This directly contradicts the psychopath’s desire to minimalize risk to themselves. It correlates with APD in impulsiveness and may also extend to breaking the law. It also matches up with sociopaths’ impulsiveness, their disregard for consequences and society, and their spontaneity.

-1 PSYCHO +2 APD +4 SOCIO

Unpredictable

This is a direct correlation with sociopaths’ spontaneity and their impulsiveness, which also adds a correlation with APD. It contradicts psychopathy’s careful planning.

-1 PSYCHO +1 APD +2 SOCIO

Correlation to APD adds up to +6. The final count stands as:

+6 Psychopathic
+20 Sociopathic

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