A First Study of Perfectionism and Multidimensional Life Satisfaction among Adolescents

@article{Gilman2003AFS,
  title={A First Study of Perfectionism and Multidimensional Life Satisfaction among Adolescents},
  author={R. Gilman and J. Ashby},
  journal={The Journal of Early Adolescence},
  year={2003},
  volume={23},
  pages={218 - 235}
}
Current conceptualizations of perfectionism view the construct as consisting of two subtypes: adaptive and maladaptive. Although research in perfectionism has investigated negative outcomes such as depression and anxiety, little research has investigated how a general sample of children identified as perfectionists differentially might perceive their quality of life. In this exploratory study, a total of 132 middle school students were administered the Almost Perfect Scale-Revised and the… Expand
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