The science behind psychopaths and extreme altruists
Researchers have found that the way our brains are wired can affect how much empathy we feel toward others—a key measuring stick of good and evil.
Eleven people were killed Saturday, Oct. 27, after a gunman stormed Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue. This was the deadliest attack on Jews in the history of the United States. This story was published in the January 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine.
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