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perfectionism

Philosophy the doctrine that man can attain perfection in this life
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To differentiate the healthier forms of perfectionism from the ones that could lead to depression, the study highlights "socially prescribed perfectionism (SPP)," a maladaptive form that is grounded in the need for external approval.
Perfectionism is caused by a variety of factors, not only parents.
The study, published in the journal Psychological Bulletin, suggests that rise in perfectionism among young adults is being driven by a number of factors.
Perfectionism and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is another common combination.
The first step to overcoming perfectionism is to recognise it.
How TMM may relate to the personality trait of perfectionism is of particular interest.
We've learned the hard way that the most important part of treatment is you have to woo these people--carefully, slowly, addressing things that matter to them --because they don't want to change, especially if perfectionism is working for them.
The aim of the present study was to investigate, in a non-clinical sample of adolescents, if one session to manage perfectionism has the effect of reducing the levels of this trait, two and six months later.
In recent years perfectionism and burnout have garnered a great deal of empirical inquiry in sport psychology due to their potential associations with athletic performance as well as physical and mental health.
One of the personality characteristics that has been related to job burnout is perfectionism (Taris, Beek and Schaufeli, 2010).
This study investigated the generalizability of the tripartite model of perfectionism across Canadian and Chinese university students.