Fairness contradicts APD’s disregard for the rights of others.
This is a direct similarity to sociopaths’ spontaneity.
Loves building and creating
This is a direct correlation to psychopaths’ desire to learn.
This correlates with psychopaths’ intelligence and emotional detachment, but contradicts their charm. It contradicts sociopaths’ emotional influence.
+1 PSYCHO -1 SOCIO
Psychopaths know a lot, but they also enjoy learning more on their own terms.
Cares about their reputation
This contradicts psychopathy on two fronts: their emotional detachment (for one must have at least a LITTLE emotional involvement if they’re worried about their reputation) and their confidence. It contradicts sociopaths’ disregard for society.
-2 PSYCHO -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
Prone to paranoia
Psychopaths can separate themselves from their emotions with ease, so this does not apply to them. Neither is it similar to APD, which doesn’t feel remorse or guilt. It is similar to sociopaths in that it is emotionally influenced and easily agitated, but dissimilar in the sociopath’s lack of regard for the risks and consequences of their actions.
-1 PSYCHO -1 APD +1 SOCIO
Sociopaths and those with APD are impulsive. Sociopaths are also spontaneous.
+1 APD +2 SOCIO
Interested in how things work
This is a correlation with the psychopath’s desire to learn.
Tough and independent
Psychopaths’ confidence would lead them to not need anyone else. Independence also makes a person become perceived as trustworthy, which is another trait psychopaths bear. It is a direct correlation to APD irresponsibility.
+2 PSYCHO -1 APD
Correlation to APD adds up to -3. The final count stands as: