There is a lot of contention within the article itself and much of medical science and academia. So far, it appears the professional communities at large have no consensus on diagnosis or therapy. They don't agree on terminology (sociopath/psychopath), they don't agree on assessing a correct diagnosis (because there are a lot of overlapping symptoms of various conditions that they can't be sure deserve their own label), whether to label at all due to stigma and lack of conclusiveness, whether to treat, and to what degree of effectiveness treatment can provide if any.
If anyone reads this article and feels that their position (whatever it is) has been vindicated, they didn't read the article thoroughly. I finished that article with a lot more questions than answers.
@Within I have a question for you. In the article, the author says that there is no functional difference between the terms sociopath and psychopath, but I'm sure that I have read elsewhere that they are different. Being that you've written a dissertation on the topic, can you provide some clarity for the layperson?