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Colin E. Vize
Colin E. Vize
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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Differences among dark triad components: A meta-analytic investigation.
CE Vize, DR Lynam, KL Collison, JD Miller
Personality disorders: Theory, research, and treatment 9 (2), 101, 2018
274*2018
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
1942018
A critical appraisal of the dark-triad literature and suggestions for moving forward
JD Miller, C Vize, ML Crowe, DR Lynam
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (4), 353-360, 2019
1272019
Development and preliminary validation of a five factor model measure of Machiavellianism.
KL Collison, CE Vize, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Psychological assessment 30 (10), 1401, 2018
1112018
The “core” of the dark triad: A test of competing hypotheses.
CE Vize, KL Collison, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 11 (2), 91, 2020
842020
Examining the effects of controlling for shared variance among the dark triad using meta–analytic structural equation modelling
CE Vize, KL Collison, JD Miller, DR Lynam
European Journal of Personality 32 (1), 46-61, 2018
842018
FFM facets and their relations with different forms of antisocial behavior: An expanded meta-analysis
CE Vize, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of Criminal Justice 57, 67-75, 2018
792018
Sex differences in the Big Five model personality traits: A behavior genetics exploration
SC South, AM Jarnecke, CE Vize
Journal of Research in Personality 74, 158-165, 2018
782018
Identifying essential features of juvenile psychopathy in the prediction of later antisocial behavior: Is there an additive, synergistic, or curvilinear role for fearless …
CE Vize, DR Lynam, J Lamkin, JD Miller, D Pardini
Clinical Psychological Science 4 (3), 572-590, 2016
622016
Using Bayesian methods to update and expand the meta-analytic evidence of the five-factor model's relation to antisocial behavior
CE Vize, KL Collison, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Clinical psychology review 67, 61-77, 2019
502019
Using dominance analysis to decompose narcissism and its relation to aggression and externalizing outcomes
CE Vize, KL Collison, ML Crowe, WK Campbell, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Assessment 26 (2), 260-270, 2019
442019
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
382018
Triarchic or septarchic?—Uncovering the Triarchic Psychopathy Measure’s (TriPM) structure.
S Roy, C Vize, K Uzieblo, JDM Van Dongen, J Miller, D Lynam, I Brazil, ...
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 12 (1), 1, 2021
352021
Examining the conceptual and empirical distinctiveness of agreeableness and “dark” personality items
CE Vize, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of Personality 89 (3), 594-612, 2021
292021
The importance of antagonism: Explaining similarities and differences in psychopathy and narcissism's relations with aggression and externalizing outcomes
CE Vize, KL Collison, DR Lynam
Journal of personality disorders 34 (6), 842-854, 2020
212020
Exploring gender differences in Machiavellianism using a measurement invariance approach
KL Collison, S South, CE Vize, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of personality assessment 103 (2), 258-266, 2021
202021
Development and validation of the super-short form of the Five Factor Machiavellianism Inventory (FFMI-SSF)
TV Du, KL Collison, C Vize, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of Personality Assessment 103 (6), 732-739, 2021
172021
Untangling the relation between narcissistic traits and behavioral aggression following provocation using an FFM framework
CE Vize, JD Miller, KL Collison, DR Lynam
Journal of personality disorders 35 (2), 299-318, 2021
162021
Antagonism in daily life: An exploratory ecological momentary assessment study
CE Vize, WR Ringwald, EA Edershile, AGC Wright
Clinical Psychological Science 10 (1), 90-108, 2022
112022
Using item‐level analyses to better understand the consequences of partialing procedures: An example using the Dark Triad
CE Vize, KL Collison, JD Miller, DR Lynam
Journal of Personality 88 (4), 719-734, 2020
112020
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