The analysis also found that grandiose
narcissism in U.
The results from this study are consistent with previous research that has shown religiosity to be the most common theme in grandiose
Geller and Luby (1997) found that approximately 22 percent of children and 18 percent of adolescents with bipolar disorder demonstrated features of CD, such as poor judgment and grandiose
behaviors, as initial manifestations of early-onset bipolar disorder.
LIVE Aid founder Bob Geldof has condemned Tony Blair's 'guff, grandiose
schemes' to tackle world poverty.
LIVE Aid founder Bob Geldof yesterday condemned Tony Blair's "guff and grandiose
schemes" to tackle world poverty.
What's truly remarkable about the anti-NCLB rebellion is this: In both conservative Utah and liberal Vermont, state legislatures are gagging on a grandiose
social engineering program devised by a "conservative" Republican president, and passed by a "conservative" Republican-led Congress.
Each of the authors writes out of a conviction of the importance for social work of the theory and research reviewed and developed by Braithwaite, but there is also caution about the infancy of research in this field and the need to avoid grandiose
Under Cosimo III, the art of the still-life moved from Garzoni's intimate scale to the grandiose
, and from the scientific to the horticultural and culinary.
Citizens must surely be fed up with having their town ripped to bits with grandiose
visions beget grandiose
actions, which often end tragically.
The severe psychiatric ailment known as bipolar disorder takes individuals on an emotional roller-coaster ride over dizzying peaks of agitation, euphoria, and grandiose
thinking and through valleys of soul-numbing depression.
Morris uses a more recent, less grandiose
arrangement of the music, commissioned for the Boston Pops.