This is a correlation with the psychopath’s knowledge of all the possibilities.
Psychopaths know a lot, but they also enjoy learning more on their own terms.
Loves being the center of attention
Those with APD may deceive and manipulate others in order to be noticed.
Psychopaths are confident and charming, both of which are equated to style.
While having fun, ESFPs might forget about safety, which correlates with APD. It also correlates with the spontaneity of sociopathy.
+1 APD +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
Sociopaths and those with APD are impulsive. Sociopaths are also spontaneous.
+1 APD +2 SOCIO
Good at reading emotion
This is a direct contradiction to sociopaths’ and psychopaths’ lack of empathy, psychopaths’ emotional detachment, and APD’s disregard for others.
-2 PSYCHO -1 APD -1 SOCIO
Psychopaths and sociopaths have little or no empathy, and therefore cannot be bothered with other people. Those with APD also have no regard for others.
-1 PSYCH0 -1 APD -1 SOCIO
This is a direct correlation with sociopaths. It contradicts psychopaths’ perfectionism and careful planning.
-2 PSYCHO +1 SOCIO
Hates feeling restrained
One that dislikes restraint would probably regularly break the law or disregard society, traits of APD and sociopathy.
+1 APD +1 SOCIO
This is a direct contradiction to APD and its aggressive tendencies. It contradicts sociopathy’s tendency toward anger and agitation.
-2 APD -1 SOCIO
Correlation to APD adds up to +1. The final count stands as: