Dutton generally considers a man a psychopath if he scores at least a 155 on his scale and a woman a psychopath if she scores at least a 139.5. President-elect Donald Trump scores a 171 on Dutton’s scale in part because of high scores in the perceived traits of fearless dominance and self-centered impulsivity (though Dutton has not examined Trump in person). But he’s by no means the only U.S. president who could be considered a psychopath. “Politics came out as a profession in which an official consignment of legalized, precision-engineered psychopathy would come in rather handy,” writes Dutton. It is, in particular, psychopaths’ callousness, lack of empathy, and charm that helps them advance in the working world. “Functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) research indicates that psychopaths are incapable of experiencing basic human emotions and feelings of guilt, remorse, or empathy,” say the corporate psychopath expert Paul Babiak and forensic behavioral consultant Mary Ellen O’Toole, in an article the two co-authored for the FBI on the corporate psychopath . “They display emotions only to manipulate individuals around them.” In an office environment, overly emotional individuals are often at a disadvantage because their judgement is clouded by a desire to protect those they care about. Inversely, “lacking empathy, more often than not, will help you in an environment where you have to make decisions that create negative consequences by necessity for other people,” says Galynker. Read More Emotional, empathetic people may struggle to make what are often chalked up to “tough business decisions” because of the ramifications those decisions can have on other people. “Empathy can interfere with you doing your job quite a bit.
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