'Contemptuous' Personalities Are a Thing, It Turns Out

6/28/2016 - Psychology Postdoc Roberta Schriber in New York Magazine.

In a new paper in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, University of California, Davis researcher Roberta Schriber and her colleagues claim, for the first time, that contemptuousness, defined as a tendency to see others as falling short of your standards, is dispositional, or a regular, personality-level pattern of responding to things in a certain way that is stable over time.

Read the full story in New York Magazine.