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People Seem to Become Less Socially Aversive With Age

personality traits such as Machiavellianism, Psychopathy, or Sadism are variations of a general tendency of some individuals to put themselves over others.

Whereas the effects of such traits at work or for social interactions more generally are well-documented, surprisingly little research has investigated how socially aversive traits develop throughout adulthood.

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