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If I see one more listicle about introversion, I’m going to cry.
It started out with the fairly reasonable “31 Unmistakable Signs That You’re An Introvert.” Sure, many of the items on the list offered an exaggerated version of introversion, but there were some real gems that had a large grain of truth.
So if your score hovered around that range, you're about average in covert narcissism.
If your score was below 40, you scored very, well, you might want to own yourself as a card-carrying covert narcissist, instead of constantly telling people to stop criticizing you because your sensitive, introverted soul can't handle it. But the latest research suggests that there is also a large selfish segment of the population who say they are introverted and sensitive when they really just can't stand it that everyone doesn't recognize their brilliance.
Like this one: You'd think that'd be enough for a lifetime of listicles. they kept coming, mixing together many different traits under the general umbrella "introversion." For instance, some lists include shyness-reated behaviors, but it's well documented that shyness is not the same thing as introversion.
Shyness is more related to being anxious and neurotic.
He found that both shades of narcissism shared a common core of conceit, arrogance, and the tendency to give in to one's own needs and disregard others. While Grandiosity-Exhibitionism was associated with extraversion, aggressiveness, self-assuredness, and the need to be admired by others, Vulnerability-Sensitivity was associated with introversion, hypersensitivity, defensiveness, anxiety, and vulnerability.
But not all narcissists are the same, nor do they act the same.With that said, whoever bans the word "listicle" from the English lexicon is genuinely brilliant, regardless of their shade of narcissism.© 2013 Scott Barry Kaufman, All Rights Reserved * The first 10 items of this scale are taken from the original Hypersensitive Narcissism Scale.But when I saw face of narcissism: extraversion, aggression, self-assuredness, grandiosity, vanity, and the need to be admired by others (see "How to Spot a Narcissist").