Narcissism on Facebook: Self-promotional and anti-social behavior

@inproceedings{carpenter2012NarcissismOF,
  title={Narcissism on Facebook: Self-promotional and anti-social behavior},
  author={craig. carpenter},
  year={2012}
}
A survey (N = 292) was conducted that measured self-promoting Facebook behaviors (e.g. posting status updates and photos of oneself, updating profile information) and several anti-social behaviors (e.g. seeking social support more than one provides it, getting angry when people do not comment on one’s status updates, retaliating against negative comments). The grandiose exhibitionism subscale of the narcissistic personality inventory was hypothesized to predict the self-promoting behaviors. The… CONTINUE READING

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