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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
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    Even though I guess there is no sociopath category in MBTI, I'd say... ENTP, ENTJ, INTJ, ESTP...I wouldn't choose IxTPs, 'cause to me they seem to be the most emotional thinking types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I'd say ExTP 3w2 So/Sp, 5 or 7 head-fix, 9 or 8 gut fix. I would say core-8, but an 8 that lacks empathy would be more psychopathic. Enneagram 3 pretty much reads like the mainstream pop culture definition of a 'sociopath', both supposedly wear masks and 'charm' people to get what they want.
    Some of the real examples I've seen have been ENTJ 8w7, ENTP 7w6, and ESTP 7w8 (Ted Bundy is often typed as ExTP so/sp 8w7).

    To derive a prototype, a typical sociopath would be an extraverted logical type ExTx usually 3, 7, or 8 in the enneagram with various wings, social or sexual first in stacking, who is determined to obtain power, self-promotion, and/or experiences and entertainment (at other people's expense).

    Among introverted logical types "gone wrong" the predominant trait is sadism, extreme emotional callousness, rather than sociopathy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
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    No but I did

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingularity View Post

    There is some research that correlates type with various psychiatric disorders.
    Link please!
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    @Stansmith
    mbti: ENTJ, ESTP
    enneagram: Naranjo correlates antisocial personality disorder with 8. it's probably pretty common in 7w8 and 3w2 as well (and, to a lesser extent, 5, 6 and 3w4)
    Instinctual Variant: Sx/So, So/Sp (less ideal specimens of both tend to be influential, manipulative and good at playing the political game to get what they want)
    socionics: ESTp, ENFj
    ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    Link please!
    i.e.,

    Psychopathy and The Big 5: Correlations Between Observers' Ratings of Normal and Pathological Personality
    http://guilfordjournals.com/doi/abs/...di.1994.8.1.32

    I just went to Google Scholar and entered: "Big 5" disorders

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    Sociopath: ISTP and ISTJ most commonly.
    Psychopath: ESTP and ESTJ most commonly.

    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    What type is the stereotypical mincing bitch with no backbone?
    Not sure what mincing means, but Ni dominants are known for being spineless cowards. Sucker punch bitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapLawyer View Post
    Sociopath: ISTP and ISTJ most commonly.
    Psychopath: ESTP and ESTJ most commonly.



    Not sure what mincing means, but Ni dominants are known for being spineless cowards. Sucker punch bitches.
    I'd say INTJ>INFP>INFJ in a fight. I want to say INFJ>INFP, but I imagine an INFJ would be too busy trying to 'reason' with the person while dodging punches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapLawyer View Post
    Not sure what mincing means, but Ni dominants are known for being spineless cowards. Sucker punch bitches.
    mince
    mins/
    verb:
    2. walk with an affected delicacy or fastidiousness, typically with short quick steps.
    "there were plenty of secretaries mincing about"
    synonyms: walk affectedly;
    informal: sashay, flounce, strut
    "she minced out of the room"
    affected, dainty, pretentious, dandified, foppish;
    informal: camp
    "no one dared to laugh at the young master's mincing walk"

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