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changingminds.org/explanations/personality/disorders/machiavellianism.htm

Machiavellianism is not a defined personality disorder, although the extreme forms of it may be classified as Antisocial Personality Disorder. Machiavellianism is a part of of what is called the 'Dark Triad' which also includes Psychopathy and Narcissism. The common thread that runs through these is a selfish view that cares little for other ...

www.spring.org.uk/2018/08/machiavellian-personality-disorder.php

Machiavellianism is a personality disorder that, unlike psychopathy and narcissism, is little known. People with ‘Machiavellian’ traits are unemotional and regularly deceive and manipulate others. People with Machiavellian traits tend to agree with statements like these:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machiavellianism

Machiavellianism in the workplace refers to individuals who behave in a cold and manipulative manner in business settings. It is an increasingly studied phenomenon. Machiavellianism has been studied extensively over the past 40 years as a personality characteristic that shares features with amoral and manipulative leadership tactics.

www.psychforums.com/narcissistic-personality/topic11253.html

Machiavelli, this personality style is very nearly synonymous with being a manipulator. Machiavellian personalities are committed to the proposition that a desired end justifies virtually any means. Machiavellianism is defined as a manipulative strategy of social interaction and personality style that uses other people as tools of personal gain.

www.quora.com/Why-isnt-machiavellian-personality-disorder-included-in-the-DSM

Question originally asked: Why is Machiavellianism not considered part of Anti-Social Personality Disorder like its counterparts Psychopathy and Sociopathy? I don't want to be rude, but this is like asking: "Why is steel not in the periodic table ...

www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/machiavellians-gulling-the-rubes/201509/meet...

In psychology, Machiavellianism refers to a personality type that does not choose to be, but simply is, a master manipulator. Machiavellians (or “High Machs"; see below) do not need to read The ...

psychcentral.com/lib/machiavellianism-cognition-and-emotion-understanding-how...

Machiavellianism is a personality trait involving manipulativeness and deceit, cynical views toward human nature, and a cold, calculating attitude towards others. The trait was conceptualized in ...

www.reference.com/world-view/machiavellian-personality-5b757c24008cac72

Machiavellianism in an individual can be measured using a personality test known as the Mach IV. The test is a 20-item questionnaire that measures an individual's willingness to manipulate other people. Anyone that scores over 60 is considered to have a Machiavellian personality.

www.harleytherapy.co.uk/counselling/machiavellianism-psychology.htm

Personality disorders where sufferers might have the trait of Machiavellianism include Antisocial personality disorder, and Narcissistic personality disorder. A recent study also found a high prevalence of depression in those with the Machiavellian trait. What is the difference between the three personality traits of the dark triad?

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Both Narcissism and Psychopathy have migrated from the clinical literature as personality disorders found in DSM-IV, whilst Machiavellianism has been distilled from the philosophy and tactics of Nicolo Machiavelli. In this instance they have been applied to the sub-clinical population in much the same way as the Big Five personality factors.