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 +'''Grandiosity''' refers to an unrealistic sense of [[superiority]] - a sustained view of oneself as better than others that causes the narcissist to view others with disdain or as inferior - as well as to a sense of uniqueness: the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special people.
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 +Grandiosity is chiefly associated with [[narcissistic personality disorder]], but also commonly features in [[mania|manic]] or [[hypomania|hypomanic]] episodes of [[Current diagnostic criteria for bipolar disorder|bipolar disorder]].
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 +==See also==
 +* [[Delusions of grandeur]]
 +* [[Ego ideal]]
 +* [[Ego reduction]]
 +* [[Egotism]]
 +* [[Megalomania]]
 +* [[Narcissism]]
 +* [[Neville Symington]]
 +* [[Omnipotence]]
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Grandiosity refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority - a sustained view of oneself as better than others that causes the narcissist to view others with disdain or as inferior - as well as to a sense of uniqueness: the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special people.

Grandiosity is chiefly associated with narcissistic personality disorder, but also commonly features in manic or hypomanic episodes of bipolar disorder.

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