pessimal self-esteem (Figure 2) and non-compensatory narcissism versus compensatory narcissism (Figure 3).
Pessimal Self-Esteem consists of self-appraisal that is more negative than is reflected by measurable factors and/or the interpersonal perceptions of others (distorted, negative), and is also minimally influenced by evaluative events (both externally and internally generated) and/or by the need to match external standards across time and situation (stable).
For example, a professional athlete with Pessimal Self-Esteem may have an impressive athletic record, a significant fan base, and close friends and family members who are proud of him; however, he consistently maintains a negative self-appraisal regardless of his achievements or positive feedback from others.
However, for them the duration of the periods of optimal working capability decreased by 15% on the average, and the duration of the periods of the pessimal working capability increased by 2.5% on the average.
At times, the probability of missing stimuli at the stage of pessimal working capability reached 36% of the total number.
The number of short-term latent erroneous reactions as a whole was reduced at the stage of the pessimal working capability; however, these changes were reliable only in the participants of 2 groups, [F.sub.2](1, 7) = 15.85, r = .004.
In the stage of the pessimal working capability, the total power spectra of the EEGs of the participants of the first group differed on the trend level compared to that recorded in the persons of the second and third groups, [F.sub.1-2](1, 10) = 4.56, r = .058, and [F.sub.1-3](1, 9) = 4.58, r = .066, respectively.