Separating Narcissism From Self-Esteem

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Brummelman, E.; Thomaes, S.; Sedikides, C.;
(2016)
  • Subject: Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous) | self-esteem | development | Developmental and Educational Psychology | Psychology(all) | international | intervention | narcissism | socialization

Narcissism is a personality trait characterized by a sense of superiority and a desire for respect and admiration from others. A common belief, both in psychology and in popular culture, is that narcissism represents a form of excessive self-esteem. Psychologists, inclu... View more
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