Genuine and Narcissistic Altruism are Differentially Related to Anger-, Shame-, and Joy-Related Dispositions
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Whereas greater genuine altruism (doing good without expecting benefits to the self) was most associated with reduced propensities for anger and shame, greater narcissistic altruism (doing good to receive benefits like admiration) was most associated with higher propensities for and rumination on anger. Neither was particularly associated with joy dispositions.
Dr. Michelle Schoenleber, Psychology
psychology, narcissism, altruism
Earing, Kylie, "Genuine and Narcissistic Altruism are Differentially Related to Anger-, Shame-, and Joy-Related Dispositions" (2022). Student Presentations. 48.
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