I admire researchers who have the courage to explore deeply unpopular questions. Here’s a good example: when is psychopathy helpful?
Thus, there appears to be some credence to the notion of a “psychopathic advantage” in that primary psychopaths do have access to greater psychological resources than their peers under abusive supervision.Hurst, Simon, Jung, & Pirouz
Read Are “Bad” Employees Happier Under Bad Bosses? Differing Effects of Abusive Supervision on Low and High Primary Psychopathy Employees in the Journal of Business Ethics.