Assessing the role of aggression, empathy, and self‐serving cognitive distortions in trait emotional manipulation

  title={Assessing the role of aggression, empathy, and self‐serving cognitive distortions in trait emotional manipulation},
  author={Rachel Grieve and Laura Panebianco},
  journal={Australian Journal of Psychology},
  pages={79 - 88}
Abstract This study extended the examination of the predictors of emotional manipulation. Participants (N = 243) completed measures of trait emotional manipulation, emotional intelligence, social skills, psychopathy, aggression, empathy, and self‐serving cognitive distortions in a cross‐sectional correlational design. For males, higher levels of emotional intelligence, social information processing, indirect aggression, and self‐serving cognitive distortions significantly predicted emotional… 

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  • N. BrooksK. FritzonB. Watt
  • Psychology
    Psychiatry, psychology, and law : an interdisciplinary journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
  • 2020
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