Examining the relations among narcissism, impulsivity, and self-defeating behaviors.

@article{Miller2009ExaminingTR,
  title={Examining the relations among narcissism, impulsivity, and self-defeating behaviors.},
  author={Joshua D. Miller and W. Keith Campbell and Diana L. Young and Chad Eric Lakey and Dennis E. Reidy and Amos Zeichner and Adam Goodie},
  journal={Journal of personality},
  year={2009},
  volume={77 3},
  pages={
          761-94
        }
}
A recent meta-analysis (S. Vazire & D. C. Funder, 2006) suggested that narcissism and impulsivity are related and that impulsivity partially accounts for the relation between narcissism and self-defeating behaviors (SDB). This research examines these hypotheses in two studies and tests a competing hypothesis that Extraversion and Agreeableness account for this relation. In Study 1, we examined the relations among narcissism, impulsivity, and aggression. Both narcissism and impulsivity predicted… Expand
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