Narcissistic Teens May Perform Better at School, a Study Says
According to the findings of a new study from Queen’s University Belfast, narcissistic teens may show better results at school.
For the study, a lead researcher Kostas Papageorgiou and his colleagues recruited 340 teenage students from different high schools in Milan, Italy. Having assessed the received data, the scientists concluded that teens with higher levels of subclinical narcissism tend to be more mentally tough what leads to better performance at school.
Lead researchers Kostas Papageorgiou, a lecturer in developmental psychopathology at Queen's University Belfast in the United Kingdom, says: “People who score high on subclinical narcissism may be at an advantage because their heightened sense of self-worth may mean they are motivated, assertive, and successful in certain contexts.”
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