Perfectionism in Relation to Stress and Cardiovascular Disease Among Gifted Individuals and the Need for Affective Interventions

@article{Corson2018PerfectionismIR,
  title={Perfectionism in Relation to Stress and Cardiovascular Disease Among Gifted Individuals and the Need for Affective Interventions},
  author={A. T. Corson and James P. Loveless and Kirk D Mochrie and M. Whited},
  journal={Roeper Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={40},
  pages={46 - 55}
}
  • A. T. Corson, James P. Loveless, +1 author M. Whited
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Roeper Review
  • Maladaptive perfectionism has the potential to put gifted individuals at an increased risk for cardiac events via the reduced heart rate variability that results from chronic negative affect and physiological stress reactions. As a result, implementing affective interventions into gifted programs may play a critical role in teaching gifted children with maladaptive perfectionism stress-management techniques and coping strategies, which could help keep gifted children with maladaptive… CONTINUE READING
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