Repetitive negative thinking mediates the association between perfectionism and psychological distress

  title={Repetitive negative thinking mediates the association between perfectionism and psychological distress},
  author={Ant{\'o}nio Macedo and Maria Jo{\~a}o Soares and Ana Paula Amaral and Vasco Nogueira and Nuno Madeira and C. Roque and Mariana Marques and Berta Rodrigues Maia and Sandra Carvalho Bos and Jos{\'e} Valente and Ana Telma Pereira},
  journal={Personality and Individual Differences},
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