This is measure of the dark triad personality traits with a synthesis of relevant scales.
The dark traid personality traits are three closely related yet independant personality traits that all have a somewhat malevolent connotation. The three traits are machiavellianism, a manipulative additude, sub-clinnical narcissism, excessive self-love, and sub-clinnical psychopathy, a lack of empathy.
This test is a combination of the MACH-IV test of machiavellianism, the primary psychopathy scale of the Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale, the Hypersensitive Narcissism Scale and the "Dirty Dozen" –a brief measures of all three traits.
The inventory consists of fifty eight statements that must be rated on how much you agree with them. The test should not take most people more than five minutes.
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