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Zhen Ning Yang, taste, one-upmanship, [引用]

Zhen Ning Yang, taste, one-upmanship,

One-Upmanship expert has a need to gain the higher ground against others. S/he is talented to spot the vulnerable points and gain an advantage by it. Putting down others, being “the expert” in almost every topic and minimizing the values of others help them feel superior and gain status.
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