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Why We Love Selfies

There’s nothing wrong with posting the occasional selfie. Yet some health professionals may argue that chronic selfie-taking may be a sign of narcissism, attention-seeking, or social competition. Examine how this display is changing identity and relationships everywhere.
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The Science of the Selfie

By Gwendolyn Seidman Ph.D.

Past research links narcissism and taking selfies. But is there more to it?
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What Motivates Us to Post?

By Mark D. Griffiths Ph.D.

What motivates individuals to take selfies?
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The Selfie-Related Death

By Sebastian Ocklenburg, Ph.D.

More than 70 percent of these deaths occur in males.
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The Link to Self-Esteem

By Mark Travers Ph.D.

Examining selfies, body image, and self-esteem.