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Self-reported Emotional and Social Intelligence and Empathy as Distinctive Predictors of Narcissism

  title={Self-reported Emotional and Social Intelligence and Empathy as Distinctive Predictors of Narcissism},
  author={Lara Deli{\vc} and Petra Novak and Janja Majer Kova{\vc}i{\vc} and Andreja Avsec},
  journal={Psychological topics},
In the study, we were interested in the association between narcissism and three psychological constructs, which are considered important in interpersonal relationships – emotional intelligence (EI), social intelligence (SI) and empathy. We supposed that narcissism is positively correlated with EI and with the processing of social information and social skills facets of SI. At the same time, negative correlations between narcissism and social awareness and empathy were expected. The results… 

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