SYMPOSIA

Emotional intelligence from A to Z: Concept, measurement and practical issues
Affective and cognitive functioning in patients with chronic desease
Approaches to the research of language function
Cognitive control and some new tests for its measurement
Psychobiological paradigm in psychology of individual differences
Body image, eating disturbances, and obesity
Social identities in in South-Eastern Europe
Vulnerability To Psychopathology: Its Nature And Mechanism Of Action

Dark tetrad: measurement, correlates, and outcomes

DARK TETRAD: MEASUREMENT, CORRELATES, AND OUTCOMES
Moderator: Bojana Dinić
Dark Triad refer to malevolent and aversive subclinical personality traits which are related to negative outcomes such are aggression, violence, antisocial and criminal behavior, counterproductive work behaviors, risky and sensation-seeking activities, etc. (Pulhus & Wiliams, 2002). Dark Triad consists of three traits: 1. Psychopathy (callousness and lack of empathy), 2. Machiavellianism (social manipulation and exploitation of others), and 3. Narcissism (entitlement, grandiose sense of self and craving positive attention). These traits share a common core of antagonism - callousness and manipulation (Jones & Figueredo, 2013). Recently, Sadism is included in dark personality cluster, making the Dark Tetrad (Chabrol et al., 2009). Sadism reflects cruelty in everyday life or taking pleasure from viewing violent content. Although dark traits significantly correlated (ranging from .20 to .60), it is important to differentiating these traits, as they have different genetic and environmental influences and specific outcomes, which would be discussed in this symposium. More precisely, in this symposium we will present some conceptual questions regardless to distinctions between dark traits profiles, as to distinctions between dark traits regardless to empathy dimension. We will also examine relations between certain dark traits and different outcomes such as criminal attitudes, ethos of conflict beliefs, and support for corporal punishment of children.
Introductory note
Bojana Dinić
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Dark Tetrad: The dark traits profiles in the community sample
Bojana Dinić & Mina Velimirović
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Bad meets Evil: Relations of psychopathy and sadism to two forms of empathy
Anja Wertag
Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Zagreb, Croatia

The Dark Tetrad traits in football supporters: Prediction of criminal attitudes
Uroš Kovačević1 & Janko Međedović2
1Department for Psychology, Faculty of Media and Communication, University Singidunum, Belgrade, Serbia
2Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade, Serbia

Exploring the role of Dark Tetrad of Personality and Political ideology in prediction of Ethos of Conflict beliefs
Boban Petrović
Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research, Belgrade, Serbia and Laboratory for Research of Individual Differences, Belgrade, Serbia

Dark tetrad vs. trait aggressiveness as predictors of the support for corporal punishment of children
Siniša Subotić
University of Banja Luka, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina





 
STuP 2017 // FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY, NOVI SAD // OCTOBER 19th-21st, 2017