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Topic - Sara Konrath
"Narcissistic men may be paying a high price in terms of their physical health, in addition to the psychological cost to their relationships," said Sara Konrath, study co-author and University of Michigan psychologist, in a written statement.
Social networking sites permit people to "construct and maintain a carefully considered self-image" that they can share with countless people and collect and control feedback, University of Michigan researchers Elliot Panek, Yioryos Nardis and Sara Konrath said in a new study in Computers in Human Behavior.