Narcissism, Confidence, and Risk Attitude

@article{Campbell2004NarcissismCA,
  title={Narcissism, Confidence, and Risk Attitude},
  author={W. Campbell and A. Goodie and J. Foster},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Decision Making},
  year={2004},
  volume={17},
  pages={297-311}
}
The present research addresses whether narcissists are more overconfident than others and whether this overconfidence leads to deficits in decision making. In Study 1, narcissism predicted overconfidence. This was attributable to narcissists’ greater confidence despite no greater accuracy. In Study 2, participants were offered fair bets on their answers. Narcissists lost significantly more points in this betting task than nonnarcissists, due both to their greater overconfidence and greater… Expand
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