This is probably obvious because of the ENTJ’s nickname. It correlates with psychopaths’ confidence and charm. It contradicts APD’s disregard for the safety of others and irresponsibility. It contradicts sociopaths’ recklessness.
+2 PSYCHO -2 APD -1 SOCIO
Can see long into the future
Psychopaths carefully plan everything out with knowledge of all the possibilities. However, APD and sociopathy both involve impulsiveness. Sociopaths also cannot hold down a job or family, nor do they have any regard for the consequences of their actions.
+1 PSYCHO -1 APD -3 SOCIO
Will do anything to achieve their goal
This is a contradiction to psychopaths, who make sure there is as little risk to themselves as possible. It correlates with APD on several fronts. First of all, its impulsiveness and lack of planning ahead ~ if an ENTJ sees a way to achieve their goal, I can see how they would disregard the consequences, which is also a correlation with sociopaths. This might also include deception, aggression, and violence, which correlates with APD. It may disregard the safety and rights of others, or break the law. In correlation with sociopathy, it may be disorganized or spontaneous or it may disregard society.
-1 PSYCHO +6 APD +4 SOCIO
This correlates with psychopaths’ ability to keep their emotions separate. It also correlates with APD’s lack of guilt and remorse. However, it contradicts sociopaths’ emotional influence.
+1 PSYCHO +1 APD -1 SOCIO
Cares what others think
This contradicts psychopaths’ lack of empathy, emotional detachment, and confidence. It contradicts APD’s tendency toward deception and manipulation, as well as sociopaths’ disregard for society.
-3 PSYCHO -1 APD -1 SOCIO
This is a direct similarity to psychopaths’ emotional detachment and their inability to form emotions regarding relationships. It is a contradiction to their charm ~ trust me, when you have no emotions, you’re not seen as charming. It contradicts APD’s violent tendencies and aggression. It is similar in sociopaths’ difficulty with empathy, but contradicts their emotional influence and tendency toward anger.
+1 PSYCHO -2 APD -1 SOCIO
This is a correlation with psychopaths’ outer trustworthiness and charm and a correlation with their inability to empathize, which cancels each other out. It contradicts APD’s disregard for the safety of others, and sociopaths’ inability to have a normal family life or job.
-1 APD -1 SOCIO
This is a direct similarity with psychopaths.
Psychopaths are both emotionally detached and non-empathic, but they can be charming, which could deceive people to believe that they are sensitive. It correlates with APD in several cases: flouting the law, irresponsibility, lack of remorse, disregard for the rights of others, and deception or manipulation. Sociopaths also have little empathy.
+1 PSYCHO +5 APD +1 SOCIO
Recognizes others’ talents
Psychopaths and sociopaths have a hard time connecting with other people, so they may not be the best at recognizing what they’re good at. APD involves disregard for others’ safety and rights, so why would it care about their talents?
-1 PSYCHO -1 APD -1 SOCIO
This involves a precision in intelligence. Psychopaths are confident and meticulous. APD and sociopathy involves impulsivity, which is a contradiction. Sociopaths are also disorganized.
+1 PSYCHO -1 APD -2 SOCIO
This is a correlation with psychopaths’ exploration, but it contradicts their desire to minimalize the risk to themselves. It correlates with APD’s tendency to break or flout the law.
Psychopaths are confident in all ways. APD, however, as well as sociopathy, is impulsive.
+1 PSYCHO -1 APD -1 SOCIO
Correlation to APD adds up to +3. The final count stands as: