A little while back, I sat Tucker Max-- one of the world's most well-known self-proclaimed narcissists-- on my couch and revealed his psychological test results.
Unsurprisingly, he scored high (31/40) on the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI). I also gave him the "Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test", which assesses the ability to accurately perceive how someone is feeling based solely on looking at their eyes (you can take the test here).
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