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How One Neuroscientist Discovered He Was a Psychopath

Today, he admits that he is “obnoxiously competitive,” with a fierce need to win at arguments and games, even against his young grandchildren. But he is taking steps to show more empathy and make less selfish decisions. Not because it’s nice, but to prove to everyone that he is stronger than his genetics. “I want to show myself and everyone else that I can pull it off,” he says. Hey, whatever works, right?

Could someone in your own life—or even yourself—be like Fallon? Look out for these 13 signs you’re dealing with a psychopath.

https://www.rd.com/true-stories/neuroscientist-brain-psychopath/

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