If you can't join them, beat them: effects of social exclusion on aggressive behavior.
- J. Twenge, R. Baumeister, D. Tice, T. Stucke
- PsychologyJournal of Personality and Social Psychology
Responses were specific to social exclusion (as opposed to other misfortunes) and were not mediated by emotion.
When a grandiose self-image is threatened: narcissism and self-concept clarity as predictors of negative emotions and aggression following ego-threat.
Narcissism and self-concept clarity were significant predictors of negative emotions and aggression after failure and aggression was always directed toward the source of the ego-threatening feedback.
Ego depletion and aggressive behavior: Is the inhibition of aggression a limited resource?
If self-regulation is a limited resource, the capacity to inhibit aggressive behavior should be lower among people who have already exercised self-regulation. In Experiment 1, participants who had to…
If You Can't Join Them, Beat Them: Effects of Social Exclusion on Aggressive Behavior
Social exclusion was manipulated by telling people that they would end up alone later in life or that other participants had rejected them. These manipulations caused participants to behave more…
Who's to blame? Narcissism and self‐serving attributions following feedback
- T. Stucke
- 1 November 2003
The study examined the relationship between narcissism, performance attributions, and negative emotions following success or failure. As expected, narcissistic individuals showed more self‐serving…
She’s single, so what? How are singles perceived compared with people who are married?
Abstract Over the past few decades, relationship patterns have become more diverse. Besides classical marriage we find cohabitation, romantic partners living apart, and same-sex couples. Furthermore,…
Stress and mood: the moderating role of activity inhibition.
The hypothesis that activity inhibition (as measured by the picture story exercise) moderates the relationship between stress and mood is tested and it is suggested that this pattern of results can be accounted for by Wegner's (1994) theory of ironic effects of the suppression of thought and emotion.
She's single, so what?
Over the past few decades, relationship patterns have become more diverse. Besides classical marriage we find cohabitation, romantic partners living apart, and same-sex couples. Furthermore, single…