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Digging in the Dark Triad: A Replication of ``Machiavellianism and Dating: Deception and Intimacy''

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Doi: 10.20982/tqmp.12.3.r006

Durand, Guillaume
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Keywords: Replication , Machiavellianism , Dating , Dark Triad , Deception , Intimacy
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The present study is a replication and an extension of Dussault, Hojjat, and Boone (2013). Machiavellianism and dating: Deception and intimacy. Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, 41(2), 283-294. The results support the positive association between Machiavellianism and the use of deceptive dating strategies, but fail to detect a correlation between Machiavellianism and perceived intimacy. The extension to the Dark Triad reveals that psychopathy is a stronger predictor than Machiavellianism to assess deceptive dating strategies, and supports a relationship between higher degrees of narcissism and history of intimate behaviors.


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