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I am conducting a mediation analysis (model 4) in SPSS using the PROCESS macro by Hayes. I have cross-sectional survey data and want to test the following relation:
Trait perfectionism (X) -> Emotion Dysregulation (M) -> Sound sensitivity (Y) I want to add one covariate in the analysis: a diagnosis of OCPD. My rationale behind this is that both OCPD and perfectionism are strongly related and therefore, as a covariate, such a diagnosis might have an effect on Y.
When adding it to the model, however, it has no statistical significance and the effect is negligible. Therefore, does it make sense to retain it as a covariate if ONLY 12 participants (out of 145) have reported a diagnosis of OCPD?
I am working with the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (FMPS) as part of my thesis. Quick background on that...I am using structural equation modeling (SEM) to better understand the relationship between perfectionism, emotional intelligence, and coping strategies' impact on cognitive test anxiety.
I have a strong feeling that there are items on the FMPS that need to be reverse coded, but I cannot find any literature that explicitly states which items should be reverse coded before analysis. I will be sure to include this information in my thesis!
Any help is much appreciated.
My PhD research is looking for the proximity between the Eastern Church's view of Theosis, deification, and John Wesley's theology of sanctification which is perfection in one's love for God and others, in other words becoming Christ-like.
My name is Andreea and i am a student at the clinical psychology master program at the University of West Timișoara, Romania. For my disseration paper i am conducting a study on body dysmorphic disorder. Reading a lot about this pathology i realized i want to include the concepts of perceived physical attractiveness, facial attractiveness and perfectionism
I searched a lot for questionnaires related to this but unfortunately i found nothing. Do you think that you can help me with some questionnaires on perceived physical attractiveness, facial attractiveness and perfectionism?
Thank you very very much and i look forward to your reply
I also, apologize if i made some grammatical mistakes or if i didn't write very well. English is not my mother tongue, and i am still learning and i still practice my english
Thank you very much again
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Perfectionism is a term that is often used. It is defined as the tendency to an impeccability. Emphasised perfectionists are individuals who want to be perfect in all areas of life. Depending on the context in which this term is used, people experience it in different ways. For some it is a positive, and for others a negative characteristic. What do you think about that? Is emphasised perfectionism dangerous?
all my dependent and independent variables are Scales.
Hypothesis 1 - those with low self-esteem will be more likely to make self-attributions than those with high self-esteem in the wake of a negative outcome (main effect of self-esteem).
Hypothesis 2: those with high perfectionism will generate more self-attributions in the wake of a negative outcome relative to those with low perfectionism (main effect of perfectionism).
Hypothesis 3: It is expected that those with a
high perfectionism and low self-esteem will generate the most self-attributions in the negative outcome (interaction effect).
If i am conductin study aiming to assess quality of certain service or a degree of perfection regarding specific issue, can i design my own standard through creation of some questions with a mark for each one so as to classify my results in a quantitative methods?
The second thing, would this method will be valid especially if there is no international standard available or suitable for such study?
Are the revealed results will be questionable?
I conducted a correlational study investigating the relationship between perfectionism, coping and psychological distress.
Previous research has found a negative relationship between adaptive perfectionism and psychological distress. In my study, I found non significant results for the relationship between adaptive perfectionism and psychological distress.
I struggling to explain why the results were not significant.
Please give me ideas about what might explain this?
I am investigating the relationship between perfectionism, coping and stress as one part of my master's thesis. I conducted a hierarchical regression with maladaptive perfectionism in step 1 and avoidant coping in step 2. (based on significant correlation results)
Model 1 was statistically significant (with only maladaptive perfectionism in the model).
Model 2 was no longer statistically significant (with maladaptive perfectionism and avoidant coping in the model. Model Summary Table: Sig. F Change = .258.
Do I report the statistics (Beta etc) for Model 1 to explain that only maladaptive perfectionism is a statistically significant predictor of stress?
Do I need to report any findings from model 2, even though it is not significant? sould I report p = .26 or p > .05?
Below is what I have written so far, but I don't know what to say next.
The final two-step hierarchical multiple regression presented in Table 5 was conducted to test the ability of maladaptive perfectionism as measured by Discrepancy to predict Stress as the outcome variable, after controlling for Avoidant Coping. In Step 1, Discrepancy significantly contributed to the regression model, F (1, 101) = 21.97, p < .001, and explained 18% of the variance in Stress. When Avoidant Coping was introduced in Step 2, the model was no longer statistically significant, F (1, 100) = 1.30, p = .26/ >.05.
Im currently rethinking my statistical design after running into a few roadblocks.
My current BSc research is on the effects of perfectionist concerns/strivings And ineffective/effect coping strategies on injury occurrence (and potentiall frequency).
To measure perfectionist concerns, I have collected data using a multi measure approach utilising a subscale from the multidimentional inventory of perfectionism in sport (MIPS) and a subscale from the sport multidimensional perfectionism scale (SMPS).
The MIPS has 5 items for every scale whereas the SMPS has 8 for perfectionist concerns, and 7 for the perfectionist striving. When combining these to give me an overall perfectionist concerns/strivings scores, should I use Z scores or should I just combine them together?
relatively new to statistics so any information will be greatly appreciated.
In my study design, I originally set out to ustilise a multi-measure method, utilising two subscales from the MIPS perfectionism questionnaire and 2 subscales from the SMPS questionnaire, both of which contained a subcale for perfectionist concerns and strivings. As well as this, I've taken in 7 coping scores from the ACSI-28. I was planning on combining the perfectionism scales using Z scores to generate total perfectionist strivings and total perfectionist concerns however, didn't realise i would need to conduct a EFA and CFA to before combining the two standardised measures.
Is there any logic in only inputting one questionnaire Into my regression model, i.e if one questionnaire obtained higher cronbach alphas?
I'm doing my dissertation project on the effect perfectionism and athletic coping skills have on injury occurrence and frequency. Perfectionism is being measured using 2 sub scales from different questionnaires (Both on a 5 likert however different N. of items). Coping is being measured with 1 questionnaire which has 7 sub scales (28 items, which create an overall). I have 75ppts and when the data was analysed, the Cronbach alpha tests for each subscales are strong. However can my results be reliable with the number of participants i have? STRESSED over this as its for my dissertation.
Any help would be Grand :)
Stock solutions and reagents prepared in the lab expire (Moves away from their perfection) after some time. Most SOPs recommend " the preparation of fresh ones everyday". Please if you have an idea, let me know how long they take. Has anyone ever conducted a perfection in performance trend on them to determine deviation from some standard curve? If used within the day, can results taken at 7am be different from those at 7pm (from the same prepared reagent or stock solution)? how different can they be if the same are used the next 7am (after about 24hrs from prep)?
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?
i am looking for a questionnaire Manual/Key to evaluate the responses namely: - Questionnaire For Sources of Stress, Ontario Soccer Official Survey by Taylor, Daniel,Leith and Burke (1990) later modified by Rainney (1995) for baseball and softball umpires.
This questionnaire was used by David Howard Constable for his study on Sources of Stress in Hockey Referees in 1996 University of Toronto.
I am trying hard to get this questionnaire Manual but unfortunately not getting any way to get it out.
pl check if anyone from this forum can help me out to get this manual.
it is an urgent requirement.
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There has been much criticism of teleological perfectionism, a concept of perfectionism defended by many scholars of philosophy, and much criticized by others. I need to know how far relevant is this idea to apply it to modern aspects of organizational work culture and adaptation, since, modern knowledge-organizations have acknowledged perfectionism as one of the variables of organizational routines and performance appraisal. Spinoza, Hegel, and Nietzsche expressed their views which related to perfectionism, and as such, how far this concept is correct?
Today, human excellence is gradually being overtaken and outstripped by machine excellence, and modern hi-tech industry thrives on automation and perfection. It has now become more of an objective criteria or determinant rather than a subjective one which it used to be so when human excellence and perfectionism were once considered the pillars of human endurance and success. What are your views?
I want to study the physiological influences of perfectionism in athletes and I have trouble with finding any previous study. I appreciate it if any one could help me with that.
I am currently working on my Doctoral Project on Males, perfectionism and need to control food intake. My theoretical basis is Attachment. I am wondering if anyone has access to any articles with males as the focus participants and attachment styles with parents, or how it affects their long term relationships with others, etc.
Help greatly appreciated. Thank You!!!
i am writing a research proposal and i have to give a proposal data analysis.
my research is about perfectionism, parenting style and academic achievement. and i am using two questionnaire( MPS and PAS ). but i am not sure which statistical analysis to use for my results.?
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I am organizing a new research proposal in which I will associate motivation, perfectionism and satisfaction with musicians lives, specifically piano players. I went through some journals of psychology of music to have a clear understanding of the theoretical background. But I would like to know if there are some particular studies in this field which are strongly recommended in order to have the most updated information about this topic.
According to some universities' information in Latin America, dropping out of young students is increasing considerably during the last few years. Besides that, a considerable amount of graduated musicians reported being frustrated when they enter the labor market. There are places to work but they are not clearly associated with their expectations. I am particularly interested in piano players.