The Dark Factor of Personality (test)

Daaawno już nie zamieszczałem tu żadnych testów – bo i też żadnych dawno nie robiłem, nie trafiłem na nic ciekawego. Ale ten jest ciekawy.
Moje wyniki (wklejam wszystką, łącznie z linkami, bo może będę chciał do nich kiedyś wrócić):

If you like to know more about the Dark Factor of Personality, take a look at or get informative summaries at Scientific American and Psychology Today.

Please find your score(s) on the D-factor and the specific dark traits (if you completed the longer version) below. For all scores, the scale ranges from 1 (very low) to 5 (very high). Below the score, your relative position (rank) compared to the other 53184 participants of this study is shown. For example, a rank of 80% means that your score is equal to or higher than the score of 80% of the participants.

In interpreting the results, please note that the participants of this study are not representative for the general population, so that the ranks are certainly inaccurate. Also note that the results can only be reliable to the extent that you responded seriously and honestly.

_Your D-Score_

The Dark Factor of Personality (D) specifies the basic principle underlying all dark traits. D is the tendency to maximize one’s individual utility — disregarding, accepting, or malevolently provoking disutility for others —, accompanied by beliefs that serve as justifications. Put simply, individuals high in D will ruthlessly pursue their own interests, even when it negatively affects others (or even for the sake of it), while having beliefs that justify these behaviors.
Your Score: 2.2
Your Rank: 25%

_Scores on specific dark traits_

D can be evident in quite different more specific dark characteristics. People with high scores on D will generally score high on various, if not all, of these traits.

Egoism is the excessive concern with one’s own pleasure or advantage at the expense of community well-being.
Your Score: 2.14
Your Rank: 16%

Greed is the dissatisfaction of not having enough, combined with the desire to acquire more, i.e. an insatiable desire for more resources, monetary or other.
Your Score: 1.4
Your Rank: 6%

Machiavellianism is characterized by a cynical world view, manipulativeness, strategic-calculating orientation, and callous affect.
Your Score: 2.7
Your Rank: 43%

Moral Disengagement
Moral Disengagement describes a set of cognitive processing styles of decisions and behavior (e.g., dehumanization, misattribution of responsibility and blame) that allows to behave unethically without feeling distress.
Your Score: 2.17
Your Rank: 36%

In Narcissists, ego-reinforcement is the all-consuming motive, leading to the tendencies to approach social admiration by means of self-promotion and to prevent social failure by means of self-defense.
Your Score: 1.8
Your Rank: 9%

Psychological Entitlement
Psychological Entitlement describes a stable and pervasive sense that one deserves more and is entitled to more than others.
Your Score: 2.56
Your Rank: 53%

Psychopathy is characterized by deficits in affect (i.e., callousness, lack of remorse or concern for others) and lack of self-control (i.e., impulsivity).
Your Score: 1.78
Your Rank: 14%

Sadism is the tendency to engage in cruel, demeaning, or aggressive behaviors for one’s own pleasure and/or dominance.
Your Score: 1.55
Your Rank: 24%

Self-Centredness is the indifference or insensitiveness to the suffering and needs of others.
Your Score: 1.75
Your Rank: 18%

Spitefulness is the tendency to harm others for pleasure, even if this entails harm to oneself.
Your Score: 2.17
Your Rank: 33%

_Your Honesty-Humility Score_

Honesty-Humility describes the tendency to avoid manipulating others for personal gain, feel little temptation to break rules, be uninterested in lavish wealth and luxuries, and to feel no special entitlement to elevated social status.
Your Score: 3.7
Your Rank: 72%.

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