The Dark Triad traits and attitudes towards uncertainty in persons with different personality traitsтезисы доклада

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[1] Krasavtseva Y. V., Kornilova T. V. The dark triad traits and attitudes towards uncertainty in persons with different personality traits // Book of Abstracts: XVI European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2019) (2‒5 July, 2019, Lomonosov Moscow State University). — Russian Federation: Russian Federation, 2019. — P. 105–106. The psychological portrait of a narcissistic personality seems incomplete without the links to other Dark Triad (DT) traits and personality features manifested when coping with uncertainty. Tolerance and intolerance of uncertainty are crucial elements in the regulation of decision-making. The aim of this study was to examine relations between the DT traits and decision-making styles, implicit risk theories and the Big Five traits. Methods: 381 participants took part in this study, aged 18 to 62 (m=24.78; s.d.=7.65), 75% women and 25% men. The following questionnaires, tested for the Russian speaking sample, were employed: The Dirty Dozen Questionnaire — DD (Kornilova et al., 2015); New Questionnaire of Tolerance for Uncertainty (Kornilov, 2010); Ten-Item Personality Inventory Measure of the Big Five (Kornilova, Chumakova, 2016); Melbourne Decision Making Questionnaire — MDMQ (Kornilov, 2013); Implicit Risk Theories (Ordinova, 2013); Levenson SelfReport Psychopathy Scale — LSRP (1995). On a larger Russian sample of 1244 participants, narcissism was significantly positively correlated with Machiavellianism (.384) and psychopathy (.109), and the latter two were also significantly related (.384). DT significantly correlated with the LSRP primary psychopathy factor. DD psychopathy also correlated with the LSRP secondary psychopathy factor. The DT correlated with uncertainty attitudes rather dissonantly. Narcissism was significantly positively correlated with tolerance of uncertainty (.157), but also with intolerance of uncertainty in interpersonal relationships (.181). Narcissism was related to the adoption of implicit risk theories, where risk is viewed either as a pleasure or in terms of potential gains and losses. Narcissism was not related to the only MDMQ productive coping pattern — vigilance (n = 462), but correlated with all three unproductive copings (hypervigilance, buck-passing and procrastination). Psychopathy (.103) and Machiavellianism (.110) were also positively associated with procrastination; and Machiavellianism — with hypervigilance (0.095). Narcissism was significantly negatively correlated with emotional stability and positively with extraversion and openness to experience. Machiavellianism and psychopathy were negatively related to agreeableness and conscientiousness. For the first time, a complex relationship between narcissism and tolerance of uncertainty is outlined. Although, narcissism and procrastination have been studied before, this study examines the tendency of individuals with high levels of DT to use unproductive coping patterns.

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