Entering adulthood in a recession tempers later narcissism – But only in men
作者: Marius LeckeltMitja D. BackJoshua D. FosterRoos HuttemanGarrett JaegerJessica McCainJean M. TwengeW. Keith Campbell
作者单位: 1Department of Psychology, University of Muenster, Germany
2Department of Psychology, University of South Alabama, United States
3Department of Developmental Psychology, Utrecht University, Netherlands
4Department of Educational Psychology, University of Georgia, United States
5Department of Psychology, University of Georgia, United States
6Department of Psychology, San Diego State University, United States
刊名: Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol.60 , pp.8-11
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.jrp.2015.10.006
关键词: NarcissismEmerging adulthoodMacroeconomic conditionsReplicationGender differences
英文摘要: Abstract(#br)In a recent study, Bianchi (2014) showed that macroeconomic conditions (i.e. average unemployment rate) during the years of emerging adulthood (ages 18–25) are inversely related to adult narcissism. Fletcher (2015) called into question the robustness of the results and Grijalva et al. (2015) presented meta-analytic support for real gender differences in narcissism. Here we report combined results from five studies ( N =11,394) showing that the average unemployment rate during emerging adulthood indeed tempers later narcissism – but only in men.
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