Take a look around. Between Kanye West’s egomaniacal Twitter rants and Donald Trump’s entire presidential campaign, it’s not hard to see how prevalent narcissism has become in the age of selfies and irrelevant Facebook posts in which John lets you know that he’s “feeling excited” about something.

Some people have narcissistic tendencies that manifest into centering the conversation around themselves, being obsessed over their appearance, and a lack of empathy. Others suffer from narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) — a mental health disorder that can effect relationships, work, school, and finances. Around 6.2 percent of adults suffer from NPD.

A recent study conducted by researchers from Indiana University and Gettysburg College revealed a simple test to decide how narcissistic a person is. The Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS) asks respondents to rate how much they agree with the following statement: “I am a narcissist.” If the respondent was willing to admit they were more narcissistic that others then they most likely are.

Identifying other narcissists isn’t difficult. Just look for the person who is constantly fishing for compliments and admiration while breaking down over even the slightest bit of criticism. Figuring out if you are a narcissist, on the other hand, is a little more difficult due to the ego you may have built up. Here are six ways to tell if you’re a narcissist, brought to you by the nice folks at AsapTHOUGHT.