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Development of Multidimensional Perfectionism Cognition Inventory

  • Kobori Osamu
    Graduate School of Art and Science, University of Tokyo Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • Tanno Yoshihiko
    Graduate School of Art and Science, University of Tokyo

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  • 完全主義の認知を多次元で測定する尺度作成の試み
  • カンゼン シュギ ノ ニンチ オ タジゲン デ ソクテイ スル シャクド サクセイ ノ ココロミ
  • Development of multidimensional perfectionism cognitions inventory

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Abstract

The present study defined the perfectionism cognition as thought that had become conscious through activated perfectionist self-schema (Self-Oriented Perfectionism) and that would affect the person's attention and appraisal of life events. Based on this definition, we developed Multidimensional Perfectionism Cognition Inventory (MPCI) Study 1 examined the factor structure of MPCI and found three factors: personal standards, concern over mistakes, and pursuit of perfection. The factor-subscales showed good internal consistency and test-retest reliability. Study 2 looked at concurrent and correlational validity of MPCI.

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