publication . Article . 2013

Factorial Structure and Relationships With Perfectionism, Performance Perfectionism, Affect, and Depressive Symptoms

Stoeber, Joachim; Hoyle, Alison J.; Last, Freyja;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jul 2013
  • Publisher: Sage
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This study investigated the Consequences of Perfectionism Scale (COPS) and its relationships with perfectionism, performance perfectionism, affect, and depressive symptoms in 202 university students using confirmatory factor analysis, correlations, and regression analyses. Results suggest that the COPS is a reliable and valid measure of positive and negative consequences of perfectionism.
Subjects
free text keywords: BF, Applied Psychology, Psychology (miscellaneous), Education, Developmental and Educational Psychology, Test validity, Affect (psychology), Psychometrics, Big Five personality traits, Confirmatory factor analysis, Reliability (statistics), Depressive symptoms, Clinical psychology, Regression analysis, Psychology
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