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You probably think this paper's about you: narcissists' perceptions of their personality and reputation.
EN Carlson, S Vazire, TF Oltmanns
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (1), 185, 2011
2712011
Others sometimes know us better than we know ourselves
S Vazire, EN Carlson
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (2), 104-108, 2011
2582011
Self‐knowledge of personality: Do people know themselves?
S Vazire, EN Carlson
Social and personality psychology compass 4 (8), 605-620, 2010
2452010
Overcoming the barriers to self-knowledge: Mindfulness as a path to seeing yourself as you really are
EN Carlson
Perspectives on Psychological Science 8 (2), 173-186, 2013
2332013
Meta-insight: Do people really know how others see them?
EN Carlson, S Vazire, RM Furr
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (4), 831, 2011
1762011
How to test questions about similarity in personality and social psychology research: Description and empirical demonstration of response surface analysis
M Barranti, EN Carlson, S Côté
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (4), 465-475, 2017
1162017
Self‐other knowledge asymmetries in personality pathology
EN Carlson, S Vazire, TF Oltmanns
Journal of Personality 81 (2), 155-170, 2013
1132013
Evidence of differential meta-accuracy: People understand the different impressions they make
EN Carlson, RM Furr
Psychological Science 20 (8), 1033-1039, 2009
1072009
Meta-accuracy: Do we know how others see us?
EN Carlson, DA Kenny
The Guilford Press, 2012
772012
Honestly arrogant or simply misunderstood? Narcissists' awareness of their narcissism
EN Carlson
Self and Identity 12 (3), 259-277, 2013
692013
Do we know the first impressions we make? Evidence for idiographic meta-accuracy and calibration of first impressions
EN Carlson, RM Furr, S Vazire
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (1), 94-98, 2010
692010
Meta-accuracy and relationship quality: Weighing the costs and benefits of knowing what people really think about you.
EN Carlson
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (2), 250, 2016
582016
Do mean guys always finish first or just say that they do? Narcissists’ awareness of their social status and popularity over time
EN Carlson, NML DesJardins
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (7), 901-917, 2015
552015
Male-specific conditioned pain hypersensitivity in mice and humans
LJ Martin, EL Acland, C Cho, W Gandhi, D Chen, E Corley, B Kadoura, ...
Current Biology 29 (2), 192-201. e4, 2019
542019
You spy with your little eye: People are “blind” to some of the ways in which they are consensually seen by others
AMB Gallrein, EN Carlson, M Holstein, D Leising
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (5), 464-471, 2013
502013
The role of metaperception in personality disorders: Do people with personality problems know how others experience their personality?
EN Carlson, TF Oltmanns
Journal of Personality Disorders 29 (4), 449-467, 2015
432015
Getting to know a narcissist inside and out
EN Carlson, LP Naumann, S Vazire
The handbook of narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder …, 2011
422011
Do accurate personality impressions benefit early relationship development? The bidirectional associations between accuracy and liking.
LJ Human, EN Carlson, K Geukes, S Nestler, MD Back
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (1), 199, 2020
412020
What is the structure of perceiver effects? On the importance of global positivity and trait-specificity across personality domains and judgment contexts.
R Rau, EN Carlson, MD Back, M Barranti, JE Gebauer, LJ Human, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (3), 745, 2021
302021
Do Psychologically Adjusted Individuals Know What Other People Really Think About Them? The Link Between Psychological Adjustment and Meta-Accuracy
E Carlson
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2016
252016
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