Answering this question can supposedly tell you whether or not you're a psychopath — but you shouldn't panic if you get the 'right' answer

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Psychopaths make up around 1% of the population.
Most people exhibit some psychopathic traits, so it can be difficult to diagnose someone with the personality disorder.
One study suggests answering ethical dilemmas could work out whether someone is a psychopath or not.
However, there is a difference between thinking logically and lacking any empathy or remorse.

Diagnosing a psychopath isn’t simple.

In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5, antisocial or psychopathic personality types are defined as having an inflated, grandiose sense of themselves, and a habit of taking advantage of other people.

However, it’s still a hard disorder to define, as most of us have some psychopathic traits. In fact, some…

A retired Navy SEAL commander who wakes up at 4:30 a.m. shares his morning routine

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Jocko Willink is a retired SEAL commander, bestselling author, and popular podcast host.
His new book is a “field manual” of insights and routines to build discipline.
He broke down his morning routine, which starts at 4:30 a.m.

As commander of US Navy SEAL Team 3 Task Unit Bruiser, Jocko Willink instilled in his men the mantra “Discipline equals freedom.”

It’s the idea that by setting and following strict procedures and guidelines, you’ll free yourself to focus on the mission at hand, rather than be distracted by the process.

And it’s why Willink still has an intense morning routine that starts at 4:30 a.m., even though he retired from the SEALs in 2010.

Business Insider recently sat down with Willink to discu…

From Terrifying to Terrific: Man Redesigns MRI Machine to Delight Children Instead of Scare Them

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Hospitals can be scary places for children to endure even without leaving the hallways – those MRI scanners, however, could make it into a real nightmare. Magnetic resonance imaging tests and CT scans require children to lie still on a metal bed for anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes, and

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Former White House press secretary reveals 3 things 20-somethings need to know to plan an awesome career

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Dana Perino is a Fox news host and the first Republican woman to serve as White House press secretary.
When people ask her how they can become the White House press secretary, she tells them it’s hard to plan your entire career in advance, so you shouldn’t worry too much.
She also said it can be hard to pay equal attention to your personal and professional lives at the same time.

“Take it easy” is not something today’s young professionals want to hear when they ask a powerful person for career advice.

And yet that’s what Dana Perino — a Fox news host and the first Republican woman to serve as White House press secretary — has to tell them.

On an episode of Business Insider’s podcast, “Success! How I D…

There's a scientific reason why we remember some dreams but forget others

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It may be easier to remember the dreams you have in the last hours of sleep, right before you wake up. 
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is the best for vivid, hallucinogenic dreaming.
If you think you’ve never dreamt, you’ve probably just never been woken up in this REM dream phase, the sleep stage that follows our deepest sleep.
Dreams that are more emotional are also longer and easier to remember.

Your dreams are important.

Sleep scientists are learning that what happens to your brain when you snooze is essential for having a good life. Dreams help us problem-solve, soothe emotional ups and downs, and even make some people more creative. 

But only some of our dreams get r…

Good News in History, November 13

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  Happy 50th Birthday to late night TV host, comedian and writer Jimmy Kimmel. Born in Brooklyn, he became nationally known in 2003 with the premiere of Jimmy Kimmel Live! He has hosted the Emmy Awards twice and the 2017 Academy Awards. He will return next March at the helm

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