• Publications
  • Influence
Facebook Profiles Reflect Actual Personality, Not Self-Idealization
More than 700 million people worldwide now have profiles on on-line social networking sites (OSNs), such as MySpace and Facebook (ComScore, 2008); OSNs have become integrated into the milieu ofExpand
  • 857
  • 63
  • Open Access
Narcissistic admiration and rivalry: disentangling the bright and dark sides of narcissism.
We present a process model that distinguishes 2 dimensions of narcissism: admiration and rivalry. We propose that narcissists' overarching goal of maintaining a grandiose self is pursued by 2Expand
  • 326
  • 61
  • Open Access
Why are narcissists so charming at first sight? Decoding the narcissism-popularity link at zero acquaintance.
On the basis of a realistic behavioral approach, the authors showed that narcissists are popular at zero acquaintance and aimed to explain why this is the case. In Study 1, a group of psychologyExpand
  • 299
  • 18
  • Open Access
Predicting actual behavior from the explicit and implicit self-concept of personality.
The authors present a behavioral process model of personality that specifies explicit and implicit aspects of the self-concept of personality as predictors of actual behavior. An extensive behavioralExpand
  • 244
  • 16
From dating to mating and relating: Predictors of initial and long‐term outcomes of speed‐dating in a community sample
We studied initial and long-term outcomes of speed-dating over a period of 1 year in a community sample involving 382 participants aged 18-54 years. They were followed from their initial choices ofExpand
  • 100
  • 10
  • Open Access
How extraverted is honey.bunny77@hotmail.de? Inferring personality from e-mail addresses
Abstract Computer mediated communication (CMC) plays a rapidly growing role in our social lives. Within this domain, e-mail addresses represent the thinnest slice of information that people receiveExpand
  • 106
  • 9
  • Open Access
PERSOC : A unified framework for understanding the dynamic interplay of personality and social relationships
The interplay of personality and social relationships is as fascinating as it is complex and it pertains to a wide array of largely separate research domains. Here, we present an integrative andExpand
  • 136
  • 8
  • Open Access
Measuring task-switching ability in the Implicit Association Test.
Recently, the role of method-specific variance in the Implicit Association Test (IAT) was examined (McFarland & Crouch, 2002; Mierke & Klauer, 2003). This article presents a new content-unspecificExpand
  • 70
  • 7
  • Open Access
Why mate choices are not as reciprocal as we assume: The role of personality, flirting and physical attractiveness
Based on a social relations perspective on mating, the actual and assumed reciprocity of mate choices was studied in a real-life speed-dating context. A community sample involving 382 singles agedExpand
  • 52
  • 7
  • Open Access
The Social Relations Model: How to Understand Dyadic Processes
The social relations model (SRM) is an intriguing tool both to conceptualize and to analyze dyadic processes. We begin with explaining why interpersonal phenomena in everyday life are more complexExpand
  • 76
  • 6