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American Journal of Psychiatry: “Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Diagnostic and Clinical Challenges.”
American Psychiatric Association: “DSM-IV and DSM-5 Criteria for the Personality Disorders.”
American Psychological Association: “Research Debunks Commonly Held Belief About Narcissism.”
Encyclopaedia Britannica: “Narcissus.”
Harvard Business Review: “Who Empathizes with Machiavellian or Narcissistic Leaders?”
Helpguide.org: “Narcissistic Personality Disorder.”
Joshua Miller, PhD, professor and director, clinical training program, University of Georgia Department of Psychology.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology: “Narcissism in Romantic Relationships: A Dyadic Perspective.”
Mayo Clinic: “Narcissistic personality disorder.”
Personality and Individual Differences: “Personality and Individual Differences.”
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment: “Narcissism and newlywed marriage: Partner characteristics and marital trajectories.”
PLOS One: “Development and Validation of the Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS).”
Psychology of Narcissism, Nova Science Publishers: “Physiological And Health-related Correlates Of The Narcissistic Personality.”
SANE.org: “Is narcissism common? The answer may surprise you.”
Social Psychological and Personality Science: “Do Bad Guys Get Ahead or Fall Behind? Relationships of the Dark Triad of Personality With Objective and Subjective Career Success.”
University of British Columbia Department of Psychology: “Job Interviews Reward Narcissists, Punish Applicants From Modest Cultures.”
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