Think you understand the most disturbing -- and, in some cases, the most lethal -- of human emotions? Take our quiz to show your stuff.
Question 1 of 21
In George Orwell's novel "1984," how long did citizens have to focus each day on hating Emmanuel Goldstein?
Question 2 of 21
To Aristotle, what was the key element of hatred?
Question 3 of 21
Which band recorded a song with the refrain "Now I know why you want to hate me"?
Question 4 of 21
Which of these brain regions is involved in hatred?
Question 5 of 21
In what film did Robert Mitchum's character have the words "love" and "hate" tattooed on his knuckles?
Question 6 of 21
Who made the Carthaginian general Hannibal swear to never stop hating the Romans?
Question 7 of 21
What did the Greek philosopher Diogenes consider hatred to be?
Question 8 of 21
What part of the mind did Freud think hate protected?
Question 9 of 21
What was a long-term quest for vengeance called in medieval Italy?
Question 10 of 21
What 1915 movie fomented hatred against African-Americans?
Question 11 of 21
Which of these was a fraudulent document used to stir hatred against Jews?
Question 12 of 21
The death-metal band Hate is from what country?
Question 13 of 21
What emotional disorder did both Hitler and Osama bin Laden supposedly suffer from?
Question 14 of 21
What federal agency tracks hate crimes?
Question 15 of 21
What is the term for hatred that is used for a positive purpose?
Question 16 of 21
Which of these organizations monitors hate groups?
Question 17 of 21
Who said, "You cannot hate other people without hating yourself"?
Question 18 of 21
Who said, "It is better to be hated for what you are, than loved for what you are not"?
Question 19 of 21
What does the catchphrase "haters gonna hate" mean?
Question 20 of 21
What is the academic study of hatred called?
Question 21 of 21