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Whereas personal resources have been established as a counterpart to external job resources in the Job Demands-Resources Theory, personal demands as a counterpart to job demands have been rather neglected. In this study, we propose that multidimensional perfectionism-in the form of daily perfectionistic cognitions-is a relevant personal characteris...
I'm planning on conducting a little study on the relationship between perfectionism and jealousy. My hypothesis is that perfectionists also have a rather perfectionistic concept of their relationships. Jealous thoughts and behaviors of perfectionists might be based on their fear that they may do or have done something bad in their relationship so that their partner might not be interested in them any more. So I hypothesize their is a positive relationship between perfectionistic concerns and jealousy.
So far, I haven't found any study that deals with that problem. Do you happen to know any? Do you agree with my hypothesis?
Are there any studies that found that people who are diagnosed with cancer perceive themselves as victims or think their fate is unjust?
I'm sure there must be some, but so far I've only found some studies on cancer diagnoses and well-being.