My problem with this article is that ” the research doesn’t answer whether Facebook attracts narcissists or turns us into them” so I don’t really see a point in this article. It seems an obvious point that many people on Facebook are guilty of posting narcissistic photos and statuses, and similarly obvious that having a plethora of Facebook friends to like said pictures and statuses can fuel narcissistic qualities in a person. The study mentioned in this article says that “those who frequently updated their Facebook status, tagged themselves in photos and had large numbers of virtual friends, were more likely to exhibit narcissistic traits” and that “high levels of narcissism were more likely to spend more than an hour a day on Facebook, and they were also more likely to post digitally enhanced personal photos” which are both quite obvious. All the aspects of the study are linked in obviousness: having less privacy settings and more Facebook friends allows more and more people to like your digitally altered photos of yourself and therefore giving you encouragement to post more. I don’t see why a study needs to be done to prove this, all you need to do is have a Facebook and you can witness it firsthand.