Further Assessment of the Construct Validity of Four Measures of Narcissism: Replication and Extension

@article{Soyer2001FurtherAO,
  title={Further Assessment of the Construct Validity of Four Measures of Narcissism: Replication and Extension},
  author={Renate B. Soyer and Janet Rovenpor and Richard E. Kopelman and Lynn S. Mullins and Paul J. Watson},
  journal={The Journal of Psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={135},
  pages={245 - 258}
}
Abstract The authors build on earlier research by L. S. Mullins and R. E. Kopelman (1988) and R. E. Kopelman and L. S. Mullins (1992) to reexamine the construct validity of four narcissism scales: the Margolis-Thomas Measure of Narcissism (MT; H. D. Margolis & V. A. Thomas, 1980), the Narcissistic Personality Disorder Scale (NPDS; H. U. Ashby, R. R. Lee, E. H. Duke, 1979), the Narcissism-Hypersensitivity subscale of the MMPI, Scale 5, Masculinity-Femininity (NHMF; K. Serkownek, 1975), and the… 

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