Two-Dimensional Machiavellianism: Conceptualisation, Measurement, and Well-Being
Individuals learn to inﬂuence and manipulate others to function as part of society. Machiavellianism captures one’s willingness to orchestrate the behaviour of others against their interests, rights, and well-being. Research focuses primarily on a single Machiavellianism dimension. This thesis, however, contends that Machiavellianism comprises two correlated dimensions: a views dimension that captures one's cynical and distrusting view of humanity and the...[Show more]
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