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perfectionism

Philosophy the doctrine that man can attain perfection in this life
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The positive side of perfectionism is the idea that you possess a motivation and level of detailed attention that is unmatched by many.
That's the problem with perfectionism - we focus on what's missing or broken and can't make progress.
Psychologists therefore like to make the distinction between adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism, highlighting the nasty side effects that come with the latter.
To analyze the elements of perfectionism that seem to be associated with AN is one of the objectives of this study.
Perfectionism in sport can be conceptualized as a domain-specific multidimensional achievement-motivation disposition that reflects the degree to which individuals (a) strive for the attainment of very high performance standards (in sport) and (b) are concerned about failing to meet these high standards (Dunn et al., 2016; Stoeber, 2011).
Nowadays perfectionism is a factor that appears more and more often in the research concerning professional burnout [1].
However, previous meta-analysis results are inconsistent in terms of the correlation between perfectionism and procrastination.
Perfectionism is caused by a variety of factors, not only parents.
It was a great insight into a generation which has grown up with the mindset that "perfectionism" is the standard.
New York Times PERFECTIONISM has reached new heights among young people, a new study suggests.