Posted by: Kyle | February 6, 2007

Approbativeness (Phrenology)

Here is a nice definition describing certain members of the family…

Approbativeness is closely related to Self-esteem, but is clearly different: where Self-esteem stands for pride, Approbativeness stands for vanity. It relates to the way a subject will hanker for success and approbation from others. Thus: vanity, quest for approval and acclamations. Strongly developed, especially with a strong Self-esteem, Approbativeness stands for an inordinate desire for honour and approval, for applause and adulation, where the subject will always strive to be in the centre of attention, with too great a sensitivity to blame or praise.
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