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Vulnerable narcissism is (mostly) a disorder of neuroticism
JD Miller, DR Lynam, C Vize, M Crowe, C Sleep, JL Maples‐Keller, ...
Journal of personality 86 (2), 186-199, 2018
2552018
Perils of partialing redux: The case of the Dark Triad.
CE Sleep, DR Lynam, CS Hyatt, JD Miller
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 126 (7), 939, 2017
1552017
Using item response theory to develop a 60-item representation of the NEO PI–R using the International Personality Item Pool: Development of the IPIP–NEO–60
JL Maples-Keller, RL Williamson, CE Sleep, NT Carter, WK Campbell, ...
Journal of personality assessment 101 (1), 4-15, 2019
1532019
Examining the DSM–5 alternative personality disorder model operationalization of antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy in a male correctional sample.
DB Wygant, M Sellbom, CE Sleep, TD Wall, KC Applegate, RF Krueger, ...
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 7 (3), 229, 2016
1382016
An examination of the Triarchic Model of psychopathy's nomological network: A meta-analytic review
CE Sleep, B Weiss, DR Lynam, JD Miller
Clinical psychology review 71, 1-26, 2019
1222019
An evaluation of DSM–5 Section III personality disorder Criterion A (impairment) in accounting for psychopathology.
CE Sleep, DR Lynam, TA Widiger, ML Crowe, JD Miller
Psychological Assessment 31 (10), 1181, 2019
1162019
Narcissism and self-esteem: A nomological network analysis
CS Hyatt, CE Sleep, J Lamkin, JL Maples-Keller, C Sedikides, ...
PloS one 13 (8), e0201088, 2018
1132018
Ratings of affective and interpersonal tendencies differ for grandiose and vulnerable narcissism: A replication and extension of Gore and Widiger (2016)
CS Hyatt, CE Sleep, DR Lynam, TA Widiger, WK Campbell, JD Miller
Journal of personality 86 (3), 422-434, 2018
812018
Examining the relations among the DSM–5 alternative model of personality, the five-factor model, and externalizing and internalizing behavior.
CE Sleep, CS Hyatt, J Lamkin, JL Maples-Keller, JD Miller
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 9 (4), 379, 2018
732018
A comparison of the validity of very brief measures of the Big Five/Five-Factor Model of personality
CE Sleep, DR Lynam, JD Miller
Assessment 28 (3), 739-758, 2021
632021
The DSM–5 section III personality disorder criterion a in relation to both pathological and general personality traits.
CE Sleep, B Weiss, DR Lynam, JD Miller
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 11 (3), 202, 2020
572020
Personality disorder traits: Testing insight regarding presence of traits, impairment, and desire for change.
CE Sleep, J Lamkin, DR Lynam, WK Campbell, JD Miller
Personality disorders: Theory, research, and treatment 10 (2), 123, 2019
552019
Personality disorder traits: Perceptions of likability, impairment, and ability to change as correlates and moderators of desired level.
JD Miller, CE Sleep, J Lamkin, C Vize, WK Campbell, DR Lynam
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 9 (5), 478, 2018
482018
A test of the empirical profile and coherence of the DSM–5 psychopathy specifier.
JD Miller, J Lamkin, JL Maples-Keller, CE Sleep, DR Lynam
Psychological assessment 30 (7), 870, 2018
482018
Narcissism and response validity: Do individuals with narcissistic features underreport psychopathology?
CE Sleep, M Sellbom, WK Campbell, JD Miller
Psychological assessment 29 (8), 1059, 2017
432017
DSM-5 alternative model of personality disorder: Testing the trait perspective captured in Criterion B
JD Miller, C Sleep, DR Lynam
Current opinion in psychology 21, 50-54, 2018
412018
Self-esteem and narcissism: An item response theory analysis of curvilinearity
ML Crowe, CE Sleep, NT Carter, WK Campbell, JD Miller
Personality and Individual Differences 128, 16-20, 2018
382018
Psychopathic boldness: Narcissism, self-esteem, or something in between?
JD Miller, CE Sleep, ML Crowe, DR Lynam
Personality and Individual Differences 155, 109761, 2020
352020
Difficulties with the conceptualization and assessment of Criterion A in the DSM–5 alternative model of personality disorder: A reply to Morey (2019).
CE Sleep, DR Lynam, TA Widiger, ML Crowe, JD Miller
American Psychological Association 31 (10), 1200, 2019
352019
Fearless Dominance/Boldness is not strongly related to externalizing behaviors: An item response-based analysis
ML Crowe, BM Weiss, CE Sleep, AM Harris, NT Carter, DR Lynam, ...
Assessment 28 (2), 413-428, 2021
302021
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