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To narcissists, relationships are transactional, like buying and selling. The goal is to get what you want at the lowest price. In relationships, narcissists focus on their goal. They see relationships as a means to get what they want, without concern for the feelings of the other person.
On the basis of a realistic behavioral approach, the authors showed that narcissists are popular at zero acquaintance and aimed to explain why this is the case.
Three main findings were revealed: First, narcissism le to popularity at first sight. Third, an examination of observable verbal and nonverbal behaviors as well as aspects of physical appearance provided an explanation for why narcissists are more popular at first sight. were confirmed using judgments of uninvolved perceivers under 3 different conditions for which the amount of available information was varied systematically: a full information video and sound, Study 2b nonverbal information only video only, Study 3or c physical information only still photograph of clothing, Study 4. These findings have important implications for understanding the inter- and intrapersonal dynamics of narcissism.
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Body cues to narcissism
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