Google News, an app designed to help you sort and organize your news feeds, recently added a new feature that suggests which words are the most commonly used in a user’s words.
It also has a new “Narcissist” label for the first time, and there’s a new category for those who have an inflated sense of self-worth.
The new category, “NPC Narcissists,” makes a point of mentioning that the “N” in “Nancy” is “not a negative, but it is often misconstrued,” according to the article.
The “N,” in the case of narcissists, is “a neutral word that signifies someone with low self-esteem, a lack of empathy, or a lack or lack of capacity to express himself or herself.”
But it also suggests that “NOCs” are “those who have a distorted perception of themselves, a need for admiration and validation from others, or lack the ability to see themselves in others.”
The article also refers to the “narcissistic personality disorder,” or narcissism, as a “diagnosis of inflated self-image” and says that there’s no scientific evidence that narcissists have higher rates of mental illness.
But in addition to the label, Google also offers a short description of the new label: “People with narcissistic personality disorder are defined by an inflated self–esteem that is often characterized by extreme displays of power, entitlement, or superiority.
This can be especially problematic for women.”
This is not the first foray into the term.
The first Google News article on the topic of narcissism was published in August 2017, and the company’s new description of narcissist and sociopath came from a 2016 report from the U.K.’s Office for National Statistics.
Google says it has “taken into account the scientific literature and other relevant research to develop a more accurate definition of narcissistic personality.”
It also notes that the term has “anecdotal evidence” suggesting that it is more likely to occur in women.
But that does not mean that there are no differences in the prevalence of narcissic and sociopatic traits between men and women, or that they don’t exist in both genders.
“There are some differences in prevalence of both types of personality traits between women and men,” Google says.
But, as I’ve previously written about, there’s little evidence that women are more likely than men to exhibit traits that can be seen as narcissistic or sociopathy.
Google has not released any statistics that might help shed light on the prevalence or severity of narcissisms or sociopaths, but the company does provide statistics that suggest that women have more narcissistic traits than men.
Google also notes the prevalence rates for both types in women and in men.
The company’s data on narcissism suggest that a higher percentage of women than men are narcissistic, and a higher percent of men than women are sociopathic.
It says that about one in three women is narcissistic and one in four men is sociopath.
That means that women outnumber men by about 1.5 to 1,000 to one, depending on the study.
And Google says the percentage of people in the United States who are sociopaths is about the same as in the U, and that the proportion of sociopaths in the general population is about half that of sociopath-type people.
But the National Institute on Mental Health notes that there is “no consensus on the relationship between the diagnosis of a narcissistic personality and the prevalence and severity of psychiatric disorders.”
In other words, it’s unclear whether the term narcissism or sociopopathy can accurately be defined.
Google’s definition does provide some clues, however.
It suggests that the narcissist “has a distorted view of himself and others, and is easily manipulated by others, especially those who perceive him as being a victim or a ‘savior.'”
It adds that “the narcissist may have a need to feel superior, even to those around him, and may lack empathy or sympathy for others.”
There’s also some research that suggests that narcissism is more common among men than among women.
A study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that the prevalence rate for narcissistic personality disorders in men was about seven times higher than that of women.
Another study published by the same journal found that women had a higher prevalence of narcissistic personality conditions than men, but that men were more likely not to meet criteria for either disorder.
The researchers also found that about a third of people who met criteria for narcissistic traits were women.
That suggests that women may be more likely be more prone to the disorder.
“Women are more than twice as likely as men to develop the diagnosis,” Google writes.
And “women are also more likely and less likely to meet diagnostic criteria for sociopathy, which is more prevalent among men.”
Google says that its analysis “demonstrates that the disorder is more often observed in women.”
That’s a bit of a stretch.
While there are some studies that suggest men are more prone