Toward a Multilevel Extension and Cross-Cultural Assessment of the 2 x 2 Model of Perfectionism

Véronique Franche
Perfectionistic standards are ubiquitous features conveyed in several aspects of life. Although some aspects of perfectionism may be beneficial to promote achievement, continuously targeting perfection and flawlessness has been shown to impede on one’s psychological adjustment, motivation, and self-regulation (Hewitt & Flett, 1991). Essentially, there still exists no consensus among researchers to identify whether perfectionism—or at least, some facets of perfectionism— is likely to promote or undermine positive outcomes (e.g., Gotwals, Stoeber, Dunn, & Stoll,...
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