- Narcissism and Fraudulence
- How Narcissism Is Tearing Us Apart
- What Collective Narcissism Does to Society
- What the new science of narcissism says about narcissists
- The Science of Spiritual Narcissism
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-psychology-of-narcissism-w-keith-campbell Narcissism isn’t just a personality type that shows up in advice co...
A collective sense of self-righteousness has profound effects on social bonds.
«is characterized by the group's belief in its own superiority and special status, as well as its need for admiration and attention from others.»
New research provides evidence that narcissism moderates the relationship between testosterone and generosity in men. The study, published in Hormones and Behavior, found that the most generous men…
In everyday settings, it can keep people from listening to one another. At its worst, it might fuel violence.
«You can’t force everyone to see the value in your group, just as you can’t force everyone to see the value in you as an individual. But you can control how you see yourself, and the narrative you tell yourself about your group and the world»
Those high in vulnerable narcissism and Machiavellianism are more likely to present a contrived self-image on Instagram, according to new research ...
Self-enhancement through spiritual practices can fool some of us into thinking we’re evolving and growing when all we’re growing is our ego
What the new science of narcissism tells us about its nuances, and how to avoid its darts while gaining from its strengths
If you can recognize this pattern, you can handle your favorite narcissist more effectively.
Intensive con artistry may be a narcissistic strategy for the avoidance of self-knowledge.
«For victimized minds, two wrongs make a right.»
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