Recollections of parenting styles in the development of narcissism: The role of gender

  title={Recollections of parenting styles in the development of narcissism: The role of gender},
  author={Ava Green and Rory Maclean and Kathy E. Charles},
  journal={Personality and Individual Differences},
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A Systematic Review of the Association between Parenting Styles and Narcissism in Young Adults: From Baumrind's Perspective.

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Parental Invalidation and the Development of Narcissism

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Patterns of Parental Warmth, Attachment, and Narcissism in Young Women in United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom

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Adolescent Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism: Associations with Perceived Parenting Practices

The present study examined the relation between adolescent and parent reports of parenting practices and adolescent grandiose and vulnerable narcissism. Participants were 300 adolescents (257 males,

Origins of narcissism in children

It is demonstrated that narcissism in children is cultivated by parental overvaluation: parents believing their child to be more special and more entitled than others, and self-esteem was predicted by parental warmth, not by parentalOvervaluation.

Comparing clinical and social-personality conceptualizations of narcissism.

The present study compared two measures of narcissism-one used in clinical settings (Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire, PDQ-4+; Hyler, 1994) and one used in social-personality research (Narcissistic Personality Inventory, NPI) across two samples.

Narcissism and Childhood Recollections: A Quantitative Test of Psychoanalytic Predictions

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Initial construction and validation of the Pathological Narcissism Inventory.

The Pathological Narcissism Inventory is a 52-item self-report measure assessing 7 dimensions of pathological narcissism spanning problems with narcissistic grandiosity and narcissistic vulnerability and exhibited significant associations with parasuicidal behavior, suicide attempts, homicidal ideation, and several aspects of psychotherapy utilization.