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    Default What type is the stereotypical Sociopath?

    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.

    The 9-fixer will be more cunning, chameleonic and subtle creepy, the 8-fixer will be a bit more brash and direct. Both So-Dom and the balance of Ti-Fe will make them incredibly perceptive of the emotional reactions of others; Tertiary-Fe lets them influence others emotionally, while at the same time, maintaining a sense of detachment through auxiliary-Ti. An ESTP sociopath would pick up on immediate cues as they come or use basic social manipulation, while an ENTP would probably notice some general pattern of behavior and work with that. So/Sp > So/Sx, since the former is less revealing and isn't going to be as focused on intimacy. An So/Sx sociopath could work (Tony Soprano is 8w7 So/Sx), they could play up their secondary-Sx to seem endearing, harmless and intimate, but I'd imagine they'd spread themselves too thin in the process. So/Sp's are a much more general taste.

    Fictional example of an ETP 379 So/Sp sociopath:


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    Inferior feeling types could be the most susceptible to this.

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    There is some research that correlates type with various psychiatric disorders.

    That said, I don't think there is a sociopathic type. For instance, anyone who has experienced a lot of trauma might develop PTSD which could manifest as an ability to turn their feelings on / off which is a characteristic signature of sociopaths.

    In other words, it's complicated.

    That said, ENTJs. Man, they can be freaky-deaky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mingularity View Post
    Inferior feeling types could be the most susceptible to this.

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    There is some research that correlates type with various psychiatric disorders.

    That said, I don't think there is a sociopathic type. For instance, anyone who has experienced a lot of trauma might develop PTSD which could manifest as an ability to turn their feelings on / off which is a characteristic signature of sociopaths.

    In other words, it's complicated.

    That said, ENTJs. Man, they can be freaky-deaky.
    I feel like those types would be too obvious with their approach. An ETP sociopath is much more likely to fool you into thinking they're a genuinely good person.

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    What type is the stereotypical mincing bitch with no backbone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    What type is the stereotypical mincing bitch with no backbone?
    ENTJ 8w9 sx/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
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    4's seem to make up the lions share.

    I do a lot of things, but mince I don't.

    One could also argue that I'm a lot of things, asshole included, but spineless I'm not.

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    ENTP.

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    EXTJs
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
    — C.G. Jung

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    4's seem to make up the lions share.

    I do a lot of things, but mince I don't.

    One could also argue that I'm a lot of things, asshole included, but spineless I'm not.
    Idk I don't think I've ever minced and my spine is crooked but I still have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    4's seem to make up the lions share.

    I do a lot of things, but mince I don't.

    One could also argue that I'm a lot of things, asshole included, but spineless I'm not.
    We're all very proud of you.

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