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|Title:||The paradox of in-group love: Differentiating collective narcissism advances understanding of the relationship between in-group and out-group attitudes.|
|Authors:||Golec de Zavala, A.|
|Abstract:||Objective The present studies test the hypothesis that the overlap between collective narcissism and positive in-group identification conceals the opposite relationships these variables have with out-group derogation. Method Five surveys were conducted in different cultural and national contexts, using different samples and different intergroup contexts (Study 1, Polish student sample, N = 85; Study 2, British student sample, N = 81; Study 3, Polish representative sample, N = 979; Study 3, Polish student sample, N = 267 and Study 5, British student sample, N = 241). Results The results of suppression analyses systematically indicate that when the positive relationship between collective narcissism and in-group positivity is controlled for, the non-narcissistic in-group positivity predicts less out-group negativity, whereas collective narcissism predicts more out-group derogation. Conclusions The results advance our understanding of constructive and destructive forms of in-group positivity and their different consequences for intergroup attitudes.|
|Description:||WOS:000313914400002 (Nº de Acesso Web of Science)|
|Appears in Collections:||DPSO-RI - Artigos em revistas internacionais com arbitragem científica|
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