Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale

  title={Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale},
  author={Paul L. Hewitt and Gordon L. Flett},
Perfectionism and PERMA: The benefits of otheroriented perfectionism
The two-factor theory of perfectionism differentiates between positive and negative forms, yet some researchers still argue that perfectionism, as a whole, is detrimental to wellbeing.  To this end,
Mixed-Method Study of Perfectionism and Religiosity among Mormons: Implications for Cultural Competence and Clinical Practice
Extending prior research on perfectionism and religiosity, the current study investigated their relation among Latter-day Saints (LDS)—also known as Mormons—through a sequential mixed-methods design.
Silencing the self and personality vulnerabilities associated with depression.
In this chapter, we examine how personality factors associated with depression relate with self-silencing, a contextual perspective that focuses on interpersonal factors, with the following two main
Helping soccer players help themselves: Effectiveness of a psychoeducational book in reducing perfectionism
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Effects of Perfectionistic Striving on Employee Goal Achievement
Hewitt and Flett’s Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale identifies different types of perfectionism: self-oriented perfectionism (SOP), and socially prescribed perfectionism (SPP), These may be
Self-oriented, Other-oriented, and Socially Prescribed Perfectionism in Iranian EFL Teachers: Relationship with Burnout and Engagement
Many teachers suffer from stress and burnout. Perfectionism is one of the personality characteristics associated with increased stress, maladaptive coping, and burnout. This study aimed at
Perfectionism and eating disorder symptoms in female university students: the central role of perfectionistic self-presentation
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The Effects of Self-Criticism and Self-Oriented Perfectionism on Goal Pursuit
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