Millon's antisocial personality subtypes
According to Theodore Millon there are five subtypes of antisocial. A person with this disorder may demonstrate none, one or more than one of the following types of antisocial personality disorders:
1) Covetous antisocial – this is a variant of the pure pattern where the individual feel that life has not given them their due. They feel denied, deprived and are therefore discontented, envious, seek retribution, are greedy and often derive more pleasure in taking than in having.
2) Reputation-defending antisocial – this includes narcissistic features such as the need to be thought of as flawless, invincible, superior, indomitable. Overactive to slights.
3) Risk-taking antisocial – histrionic features such as boldness, foolhardiness, impulsive, characterizes this subtype pursues danger, recklessness.
4) Nomadic antisocial – features of this subtype includes, schizoid and avoidant characteristics such as the feelings of being jinxed, ill-fated, doomsday outlook. They feel excluded, cast aside, and peripheral. These people are often drifters, vagrants, misfits, and wanderers.
5) Malevolent antisocial – features included are sadistic and paranoid. These people are often vicious, malignant, and brutal. They anticipate betrayal and desires revenge. Usually fearless and guiltless.