The Psychology of Perfectionism | Theory, Research, Applications | Taylor & Francis GroupWould you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Contributors focus on the maladaptive aspects of perfectionism and explore such questions as: How is perfectionism assessed and conceptualized? How does perfectionism develop? What is the role of emotion, stress, or depression in perfectionism? Why are perfectionists anxious?
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The test-retest reliability was obtained with participants from the total sample. Main components of factorial analysis yielded two factors, accounting for Factor structure was similar to the original version. Discussion: The Portuguese version of the CAPS is a valid and useful instrument for the evaluation of perfectionism among Portuguese adolescents. A estabilidade temporal foi obtida com participantes da amostra total.
PDF | This milestone text provides a comprehensive and state-of-the art overview of perfectionism theory, research, and treatment from the past.
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Performed the experiments: GM. Analyzed the data: GM RK. Perfectionism has been recognized as a transdiagnostic factor that is relevant to anxiety disorders, eating disorders and depression. Despite the importance of perfectionism in psychopathology to date there has been no empirical test of an etiological model of perfectionism. The present study aimed to address the paucity of research on the etiology of perfectionism by developing and testing an etiological model using a sample of clients seeking treatment. Structural equation modeling showed a direct relationship between high Parental Expectations and Criticism, and Perfectionism.
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. This study was designed to determine whether perfectionism, as assessed by the revised almost perfect scale APS-R; R. Slaney, M. Mobley, J. Trippi, J. Johnson, , was a significant predictor of obsessive-compulsive OC symptoms in a non-clinical sample of university students.
This milestone text provides a comprehensive and state-of-the art overview of perfectionism theory, research, and treatment from the past 25 years, with contributions from the leading researchers in the field. It also reviews empirical findings, with a special focus on stress, vulnerability, and resilience, and examines perfectionism in specific populations. Finally, it considers how perfectionism relates to physical health and psychophysiological processes and introduces new approaches to effective prevention and treatment. By increasing our understanding of perfectionism as a complex personality disposition and providing a framework for future explorations, this landmark publication aims to promote further research in this field. It will be invaluable reading for academics, students, and professionals in personality psychology, clinical and counseling psychology, applied psychology, and related disciplines.