The INTJ gets a bad rep a lot of the time, probably because of their mystery. They’re the least common type, especially among females, so obviously it would be difficult for other people to understand them. This contradicts psychopaths’ charm completely, because INTJs tend to be kind of creepy mysterious as opposed to alluring mysterious.
Can see from many perspectives
Psychopaths can always see all the possibilities. However, they do have trouble connecting with people. These two traits cancel each other out in this instance.
INTJs will tell you what they think without beating around the bush. This is similar to APD’s lack of remorse, and sociopaths’ lack of regard for the consequences of their actions.
+1 APD +1 SOCIO
Fairness contradicts APD’s disregard for the rights of others.
Psychopaths are not going to appear judgmental because they’re too busy being charming.
INTJs don’t want you to know it, but they really are rather sensitive. Psychopaths, on the other hand, are not. They easily detach themselves from emotion and empathy. APD includes lack of remorse or guilt, which is a contradiction to sensitivity. Sociopaths are simultaneously influenced by emotion and also have a lack of empathy, which cancels each other out.
-2 PSYCHO -1 APD
Psychopaths know a lot, but they also enjoy learning more on their own terms.
This goes along with judging and brutal honesty. Those with APD don’t feel remorse or guilt, but those who are charming are not often cynical.
-1 PSYCHO +1 APD
Confident in their knowledge
Psychopaths are both intelligent and confident.
Ambition cannot fly with irresponsibility. That is a contradiction with APD.
Psychopaths are confident in all ways. APD, however, as well as sociopathy, is impulsive.
+1 PSYCHO -1 APD -1 SOCIO
Thinks things through
INTJs always think everything through carefully, which is similar with psychopaths, who are well educated and know all the possibilities.
Correlation to APD adds up to -2. The final count stands as: