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FACETS OF THE SELF IN GRANDIOSE AND VULNERABLE NARCISSISM: IMPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, EXPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, AND SHAME A Dissertation Presented by BRIAN J. STOESSEL Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts Amherst in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY May 2007 Psychology
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UMI Number: 3275751 3275751 2007 UMI Microform Copyright All rights reserved. This microform edition is protected against unauthorized copying under Title 17, United States Code. ProQuest Information and Learning Company 300 North Zeeb Road P.O. Box 1346 Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1346 by ProQuest Information and Learning Company.
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FACETS OF THE SELF IN GRANDIOSE AND VULNERABLE NARCISSISM: IMPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, EXPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, AND SHAME A Dissertation Presented by BRIAN J. STOESSEL Approved as to style and content by: _________________________________________ Michael Constantino, Chair _________________________________________ Lisa Harvey, Member _________________________________________ James Averill, Member _________________________________________ Lisa Keller, Member __________________________________________ Melinda A. Novak, Department Head Department of Psychology
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iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the chair of my committee, Dr. Michael Constantino, for his unwavering guidance and support of my work. From the beginning, his enthusiasm about this project was matched only by his dedication to its success. In fact, he assisted me in formulating ideas for this paper months before he even arrived in Amherst to commence his faculty position in 2003. Throughout the duration of the project, he has provided both technical expertise and solid mentoring in the context of a collegial and supportive relationship. I feel fortunate to have been able to work with such a skilled and enthusiastic mentor. Dr. Lisa Harvey has been my primary academic advisor since I began graduate school in the year 2000, and I have been fortunate to have her continued guidance and support as a member of my dissertation committee. I wish to thank her once again for these many years of mentorship, in which she exemplified all of the quintessential qualities of an outstanding advisor. I would like to thank my other committee members, Drs. James Averill and Lisa Keller, both of whom have offered helpful ideas and suggestions for this project. In addition, Dr. Nilanjana Dasgupta generously shared her expertise on the use and data analysis of the Implicit Association Test. My thanks also go out to my research assistants, Becky Hashim, Rose Maranville, and Aaron Baker, for their dedication and hard work on recruitment and data collection. Finally, thank you to my friends and family for many years of encouragement, love, and support.
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v ABSTRACT FACETS OF THE SELF IN GRANDIOSE AND VULNERABLE NARCISSISM: IMPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, EXPLICIT SELF-ESTEEM, AND SHAME MAY 2007 BRIAN J. STOESSEL, B.A., UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
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