异质性高自尊和自恋与攻击性的关系
Heterogeneous High Self-Esteem and Narcissism Is Related to Aggression

作者: 秦雪莲 , 隋光远 , 吴 锴 , 王长平 , 刘 聪 :浙江师范大学,金华;

关键词: 自尊异质性高自尊自恋攻击性Self-Esteem Heterogeneous High Self-Esteem Narcissism Aggression

摘要: 传统的低自尊引发攻击性的观点一直以来都受到多方面的质疑,众多研究者发现异质性高自尊和高自尊的极端形式——自恋才是高攻击性的根源。但是多角度出发探讨的异质性高自尊是否具有等同性,异质性高自尊和自恋在结构上是否存在重叠仍然值得商榷。文章对低自尊、异质性高自尊、自恋三者与攻击性的关系进行了梳理。
Traditional viewpoint that low self-esteem leads to high aggression is subject to a myriad of questions, a plenty of literature demonstrates that high self-esteem and narcissism are the root causes of high aggression. This article focuses on the consistency and equivalence of structure between high self-esteem and narcissism. The relation of aggression and personality variables which include low self-esteem, heterogeneous high self-esteem and narcissism will be discussed.

文章引用: 秦雪莲 , 隋光远 , 吴 锴 , 王长平 , 刘 聪 (2014) 异质性高自尊和自恋与攻击性的关系。 心理学进展, 4, 136-141. doi: 10.12677/AP.2014.41022

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