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2018 | t. 19, z. 5, cz. 1 Agile Commerce - inteligentne technologie w zastosowaniach | 209--220
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Narcissism as a Determinant of Deviant Online Behaviours among Digital Natives

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Personality traits are related to a large set of human activities, including online ones. In this study a relation between narcissism, its factors and various online activities was examined. A representative for Polish adult digital natives sample participated in the research. It was found that highly developed narcissism is strongly related with these behaviours and that this relation is not straightforward as it can be associated with either narcissistic or non-narcissistic activities. Results and conclusions were presented and discussed along with study's limitations. (original abstract)
  • University of Lodz, Poland
  • University of Lodz, Poland
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