Возраст и Темная триада: снижение показателей черт Темной триады и увеличение их согласованности на протяжении жизни

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  • Питер Джонасон

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v8i43.516

Ключевые слова:

нарциссизм, психопатия, макиавеллизм, возраст, развитие, эволюционная психология

Аннотация

Для того чтобы понять соотношение между возрастом и показателями черт Темной триады (нарциссизмом, психопатией и макиавеллизмом), рассмотрены результаты двух исследований, проведенных методом поперечных срезов – на студентах (Канада), n = 1747; и на пользователях ресурса MTurk (США), n = 701. Влияние возраста на черты Темной триады проявилось по-разному. Во-первых, показатели нарциссизма и психопатии были ниже в более зрелой выборке; влияние возраста сильнее выражено у мужчин, чем у женщин. Во-вторых, возраст отрицательно коррелировал с чертами Темной триады; связь в целом не зависела от пола. В-третьих, дисперсия показателей по каждой из черт была выше в молодом возрасте, чем в более зрелом, как у мужчин, так и у женщин. Эти результаты соответствуют Теории жизненной истории, в контексте которой эволюционные психологи рассматривают черты Темной триады. Обсуждается соответствие полученных результатов Теории жизненной истории.

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Питер Джонасон

Джонасон Питер К. Школа социальных наук и психологии, Университет Западного Сиднея, Милперра NSW, Сидней 2214, Австралия. Е-mail: p.jonason@uws.edu.au.

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31.10.2015

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Джонасон, П. (2015). Возраст и Темная триада: снижение показателей черт Темной триады и увеличение их согласованности на протяжении жизни. Психологические исследования, 8(43). https://doi.org/10.54359/ps.v8i43.516

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