Investigating the Relationship Between Perfectionistic Self-Presentation and Social Anxiety Using Daily Diary Methods: A Replication

  title={Investigating the Relationship Between Perfectionistic Self-Presentation and Social Anxiety Using Daily Diary Methods: A Replication},
  author={Ivy-Lee L Kehayes and Sean P. Mackinnon},
Worrying about the negative consequences of appearing imperfect to others (i.e., perfectionistic self-presentation) is conceptually related to social anxiety. Mackinnon, Battista, Sherry and Stewart (2014) tested whether perfectionistic self-presentation could predict social anxiety beyond several important covariates using a 21-day daily measurement approach. We sought to replicate Mackinnon et al.’s (2014) findings using the same daily diary methodology. Participants included 263 young adults… Expand
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