Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale. The Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale is a measure of the interpersonal expression of perfectionistic behaviour including perfectionistic self-promotion, nondisplay of imperfection, and nondisclosure of imperfection. Download PSPS Download Scoring Download Article. Reference The perfectionistic self presentation scale is a 27 item questionnaire with three subscales measuring: Perfectionistic Self-Promotion, Nondisplay of Imperfection and Nondisclosure of Imperfection. Items are scored on a 1-7 scale, with the total scale score calculated as a sum of items on certain sub-scales. For example, the nondisplay of perfection sub-scale
The Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale - Junior Form is a measure of interpersonal expression of perfectionistic behavior for children and adolescents. Download PSPS-Jr Download Scoring Download Article. Reference. Hewitt, P. L., Blasberg, J. S., Flett, G. L., Besser, A., Sherry, S. B., Caelian, C., & . Birch, S. (2011) PSPS. The Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS) is a 27-item measure with three subscales measuring: Perfectionistic Self-Promotion (i.e., the need to appear perfect) Nondisplay of Imperfection (i.e., the need to avoid appearing imperfect) Nondisclosure of Imperfection (i.e., the need to avoid public admission of Imperfection The measure developed to assess this construct—the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale—is a 27-item self-report measure with three facets measuring perfectionistic self-promotion, nondisplay of imperfections, and nondisclosure of imperfections (Hewitt et al., 2003) All participants completed the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scales (FMPS; Frost, Marten, Lahart, & Rosenblate, 1990); the Perfectionistic Self-Promotion scale of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scales (PSPS; Hewitt & Flett, 1993); the Physical Appearance Comparison Scale (PACS; Thompson, J.K., Heinberg, Altabe, &
The PSPS (Hewitt et al., 2003) is a 27-item measure composed of three subscales: perfectionistic self-promotion (e.g., I try always to present a picture of perfection), nondisplay of imperfection (e.g., I do not want people to see me do something unless I am very good at it), and nondisclosure of imperfection (e.g., I should solve my own problems rather than admit them to others) Self-Assessment Perfectionism Screening Test By Bill Gaultiere © 2000, 2012 Perfectionism is a response to anxiety that can be damaging to your relationships and your performance. The following test can help you assess if you're struggling with perfectionism
On an abbreviated 12-item version of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS; ), she rated 14/28 for nondisclosure of imperfection and 16/28 for perfectionistic self-promotion, both of which, in consideration of published norms, also suggest this woman was not a perfectionist. On the third PSPS facet, however, she scored an exceptional 24/28 for nondisplay of imperfection, which. To measure perfectionistic self-presentation, we used the 27-item Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt et al., 2003) capturing three facets of perfectionistic self-presentation: Perfectionistic self-promotion (10 items; e.g., I strive to look perfect to others), non-display of imperfection (10 items; I hate to make errors in public), and non-disclosure of. This study assessed the psychometric characteristics and correlates of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale-Junior Form (PSPS-JR). The PSPS-JR was designed for use with children and adolescents, but its psychometric properties and applications among early adolescents have not been investigated. The PSPS-JR has three subscales assessing the perfectionistic self-promotion (i.e., the need to appear perfect), the need to avoid displaying imperfections, and the need to avoid.
perfectionism (SPP) and perfectionistic self-presentation (PSP) and suicide out-comes are mediated by experiences of social disconnection, as indicated by social hopelessness and being bullied. PSP, trait perfectionism, suicide outcomes, and experiences of being bullied and social hopelessness were measured in 152 psychi This study assessed the psychometric characteristics and correlates of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale--Junior Form (PSPS-JR). The PSPS-JR was designed for use with children and adolescents, but its psychometric properties and applications among early adolescents have not been investigated. The PSPS-JR has three subscales assessing the perfectionistic self-promotion (i.e., the need to appear perfect), the need to avoid displaying imperfections, and the need to avoid disclosing.
Perfectionistic self-presentation: The Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt et al., 2003) is a 27-item scale separated into three subscales: perfectionistic self-promotion (10 items), nondisclosure of imperfection (7 items), and nondisplay of imperfection (10 items). Participants oﬀer their selection on a 7-point scale. Higher scores denote higher levels of perfectionistic. Samples of university (N = 299) and community (N = 77) men and women completed the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale, Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Help Scale, and Thoughts About Psychotherapy Survey. Various components of perfectionism were associated with both negative help-seeking attitudes and concerns about psychotherapy. The findings. Research on adults indicates that perfectionistic self-presentation, the interpersonal expression of one's perfection, is associated with a variety of psychopathological outcomes independent of trait perfectionism and Big Five traits. The current article reports on the development and evidence for t Perfectionistic Self Presentation Scale. Miscellaneous » Unclassified. Add to My List Edit this Entry Rate it: (1.00 / 1 vote) Translation Find a translation for Perfectionistic Self Presentation Scale in other languages: Select another language: - Select - 简体中文 (Chinese - Simplified) 繁體中文 (Chinese - Traditional) Español (Spanish) Esperanto (Esperanto) 日本語 (Japanese.
One hundred and forty undergraduate psychology participants in two time points filled in the Self-Liking and Self- Competence Scale, the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale, the Perfectionism Questionnaire, and the Implicit Associations Test. Results showed a significant difference in self-liking, nondisplay of imperfection, and nondisclosure of imperfection between positive and negative. Case Report Perfectionistic Self-Presentation and Suicide in a Young Woman with Major Depression and Psychotic Features SabrinaHassan, 1 GordonL.Flett, 2 RohanGanguli, 3 andPaulL.Hewitt 4 Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, York University, Queen Street West, Unit -, Toronto, ON, Canada MJ Perfectionistic self-presentation. The desire to present oneself as perfect also has important consequences for psychopathology, especially in the context of treatment. Hewitt, Flett and their colleagues have recently devised a new scale, the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS), to measure it. The PSPS rates three aspects of perfectionistic self-presentation: advertising one's own.
Perfectionistic Self-Presentation in Children and Adolescents: Development and Validation of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale--Junior Form. Hewitt, Paul L.; Blasberg, Jonathan S.; Flett, Gordon L.; Besser, Avi; Sherry, Simon B.; Caelian, Carmen; Papsdorf, Michael; Cassels, Tracy G.; Birch, Susan. Psychological Assessment, v23 n1 p125-142 Mar 2011. Research on adults indicates that. and Flett Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale; SD: standard deviation. Limited data on treatments Few treatments for perfectionistic behavior have been systematically evaluated. Numerous studies have attempted to assess changes in perfectionism as the result of treatment for a specifi c Axis I disor-der, but few have addressed treatment for perfec- tionism as a clinical entity. Overall, it. Read The Italian version of Perfectionistic Self‐Presentation Scale: psychometric proprieties and its associations with pathological narcissism and adult attachment in an adult non clinical sample, Personality and Mental Health on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips
Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS) with three subscales and a total of 27 items, this instrument aims to measure the individual's level of Perfectionistic Self-Promotion (PeSP; 10 items, for example: I strive to look perfect to others), Nondisplay of Imperfection (NDPI; 10 items, example: I hate to make errors in public), and Nondisclosure of Imperfection (NDCI; 7. Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale - Junior Form (PSPS-Jr) The PSPS-Jr. (Hewitt et al. 2011) is a scale adapted from the original Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS) to be used with children and adolescents. The scale has a total of 18 statements, which are rated on a 5-point scale from 1 Strongly Disagree to 5 Strongly Agree. Perfectionistic Self-Presentation and Trait Perfectionism in Social Problem-Solving Ability and Depressive Symptoms1 Avi Besser2 Department of Behavioral Sciences Center for Research in Personality, Life Transitions, and Stressful Life Events Sapir Academic College, Israel Gordon L. Flett York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada Paul L. Hewitt University of British Columbia Vancouver, British.
In this context, a perfectionistic self-presentation is used to create positive images on the minds of others. Although this style of organization is an adaptive way to deal with specific social contexts once it functions as a buffer in the relationship between shame and self-criticism, perfectionistic self-presentation seems to be a useless strategy since it does not prevent them from. En 1991, Hewitt et Flett ont conçu une échelle (dite PSPS en anglais, pour Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale) qui évalue trois stratégies de présentation de soi du perfectionniste : afficher sa propre perfection, éviter les situations où l'on pourrait apparaître imparfait, ne pas révéler les situations où l'on a été imparfait. (2016). Projecting perfection by hiding effort: supplementing the perfectionistic self-presentation scale with a brief self-presentation measure. Self and Identity: Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 245-261 This scale was developed by Gordon Flett and Paul Hewitt. They also developed the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale, which rates perfectionistic behaviors in self-presentation. It seems to. Hewitt and Flett (1991) devised the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS), which rates three aspects of perfectionistic self-presentation: advertising one's own perfection, avoiding situations in which one might appear to be imperfect and failing to disclose situations in which one has been imperfect. Slaney(1996) created the Almost Perfect scale, which contains four variables.
Research in the development of the Perfectionistic Self-presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt, Flett, & Fairlie, 1994) has confirmed that individual differences in perfectionistic self-presentation can be reliably assessed and that the construct encompasses three major components: the need to appear perfect, the need to avoid appearing imperfect, and the need to avoid disclosure of imperfection. Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale - Junior Form (PSPS-Jr) - A measure of perfectionistic self-presenation for children and adolescents (under development). the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale, and measures of growth seeking, validation seeking, rejection sensitivity, and depressive symptoms. The Child and Adolescents Perfectionism. Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (testing a person's need to appear perfect in the eyes of others) Self-Consciousness Scale (measuring a person's tendency to exhibit private self.
Perfectionistic self-presentation facets were associated negatively with total alliance and patient contribution scales of the alliance, and positively with interpersonal problems. Perfectionistic self-presentation facets were not associated with change in alliance over the course of the treatment block, with climate factors, or with patients' ratings of therapists' interpersonal impact. We assessed perfectionistic self-presentation using a Spanish version of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale-Junior Form (PSPS-Jr; ). With the PSPS-Jr, respondents are asked to rate the degree of agreement with each of the 18 statements included in the questionnaire using a 5-point Likert scale from 1 (Strongly disagree) to 5 (Strongly agree). The PSPS-Jr assesses 3.
The present study aims to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Italian version of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS) in 447 nonclinical adult volunteers (63.5% female; mean age = 36.89 years). In our sample the PSPS total score and PSPS scales showed adequate internal consistency reliability estimates, and both the dimensionality analyses and WLSMV exploratory structural. The current study investigated the extent to which dimensions of perfectionism are associated with components of the anxiety sensitivity construct. A sample of 177 undergraduate students completed the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, the Perfectionism Cognitions Inventory, the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale, and the Expanded Anxiety Sensitivity Index developed by Taylor and Cox. Perfectionistic self-presentation in children and adolescents: development and validation of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale--Junior Form. Hewitt PL, Blasberg JS, Flett GL, Besser A, Sherry SB, Caelian C, Papsdorf M, Cassels TG, Birch S. Psychol Assess, 23(1):125-142, 01 Mar 201 Hewitt and Flett (1991) devised the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS), which rates three aspects of perfectionistic self-presentation: advertising one's own perfection, avoiding situations in which one might appear to be imperfect and failing to disclose situations in which one has been imperfect.  Slaney (1996) created the Almost Perfect scale, which contains four variables.
Paul Hewitt ja Gordon Flett valmistivat PSPS-skaalan (Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale), joka määrittelee perfektionistisen itsepresentaation kolme aspektia: Oman täydellisyytensä mainostaminen; Sellaisten tilanteiden välttely, joissa kyseinen henkilö saattaisi osoittautua epätäydelliseksi; Kyvyttömyys päästä yli asioista, joissa on osoittautunut epätäydelliseksi. Robert. Self-presentation. Fewer studies have evaluated a potential link between perfectionistic self-presentation and psychopathology. However, levels of all 3 dimensions of this style—self-promotion of perfection, non-display of imperfection, and nondisclosure of imperfection—appear to be higher in patients with anorexia nervosa than in normal and psychiatric controls. between perfectionistic self-presentation and psychological distress but not common physical complaints. More specifically, the non-acceptance subscale of emotion regulation was found to be significant in a test of multiple mediator model. iii Acknowledgments First and foremost, I would like to express my sincere thanks to my parents Majid and Malaeikeh for their understanding, support and. Normative Data for Perfectionistic Self Presentation Scale Subscales of Perfectionistic Self Promotion, Nondisplay of Imperfections, and Nondisclosure of Imperfections for Community, Psychiatric Patient, and University Student Samples. Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) Personal Attributes Questionnaire (Spence, Helmreich & Stapp, 1973) Preview. 24 item questionnaire. Citation: Spence, J.T.
Worrying about the negative consequences of appearing imperfect to others (i.e., perfectionistic self-presentation) is conceptually related to social anxiety. Mackinnon, Battista, Sherry and Stewart (2014) tested whether perfectionistic self-presentation could predict social anxiety beyond several important covariates using a 21-day daily measurement approach Institutional access to the APA PsycNET platform is being closely monitored and will be blocked if suspicious activity continues. If you are interested in data mining or wish to conduct a systematic review or meta-analysis, please contact PsycINFO services at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. If you need other help accessing resources on APA PsycNET. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Research on adults indicates that perfectionistic self-presentation, the interpersonal expression of one's perfection, is associated with a variety of psychopathological outcomes independent of trait perfectionism and Big Five traits. The current article reports on the development and evidence for the validity of.
. The aim of this study was to explore the difficulties that students have experienced so far, their sources of support, but also the barriers that they have for seeking The perfectionistic self-presentation scale-junior form: psychometric properties and association with social anxiety in early adolescents. Table of Contents . Abstract The perfectionistic self-presentation scale-junior form: psychometric properties and association with social anxiety in early adolescents. Flett, G.~~Coulter, L.~~Hewitt, P. Ask a Librarian ; Share ; Year: 2013 Source: Canadian.
All participants completed the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scales (FMPS; Frost, Marten, Lahart, & Rosenblate, 1990); the Perfectionistic Self-Promotion scale of the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scales (PSPS; Hewitt & Flett, 1993); the Physical Appearance Comparison Scale (PACS; Thompson, J.K., Heinberg, Altabe, & Tantleff-Dunn, 1999) and the Children's version of the Eating. Perfectionistic Self Presentation Scale - Body Image (PSPS-BI; Ferreira, Duarte, Pinto- Gouveia, & Lopes, 2016); The PSPS-BI is a 19-item measure which evaluates the need to present a perfect physical appearance to others (e.g., It is important to have an attractiv Perfectionism Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS: Hewitt et al., 2003) is a 27-item multidimensional scale that evaluates an individual's need to appear perfect to others on a seven-point Likert scale from 1 (disagree strongly) to 7 (agree strongly). The scale consists of three subscales: perfectionistic self-promotion which assesses the need to appear perfect to others; non-display of. In the interest of measuring perfectionism, Hewitt and Flett developed a new scale called the Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS). PSPS rates the following three distinctions of perfectionistic behavior: Advertising their own perfection; Avoiding situations where they might appear to be imperfect ; Not disclosing situations where they've been imperfect; Using this scale, they've. . Hierarchical regression analyses and mediation analyses were conducted. The results showed that socially prescribed perfectionism, nondisclosure of imperfection, perceived social support and mattering predicted depression scores.
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Six scales were used to collect data: the Big Three Perfectionism Scale (Smith et al., 2016), Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (Hewitt et al., 2003), Perceptions of Stigmatization by Others for Seeking Help Scale (Vogel et al., 2009), Self-Stigma of Seeking Perfectionistic self-presentation in children and adolescents: development and validation of the perfectionistic self-presentation scale-Junior Form. Hewitt, P.~~Blasberg, J.~~et al. Ask a Librarian ; Share ; Year: 2013 Source: Psychological Assessment.(2011).23(1):125-142. doi: 10.1037/a0021147 SIEC No: 20130948 Research on adults indicates that perfectionistic self-presentation, the. 21 Pe rfectionistic Self Presentation The Perfectionistic Self Presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt et al., 2003) was used to assess interpersonal expression of perfectionism using a 7 point Likert scale from 1 (strongly disagree) to 7 (strongly agree). This 27 ite m measure contains three subscales: perfectionistic self sclosure of imperfection (seven perfectionistic self promotion subscale can.
fectionistic Self Presentation scale, Social Interaction Anxiety Scale, and Self Efficacy for Social Situation scale. A hierarchical regression analysis showed that when self-efficacy was low, the high perfectionistic self-presentational group showed a signifi - cantly higher social anxiety than the low perfectionistic self-presentational group. However, a significant difference in social. Perfectionistic self-presentation did not predict defensive behaviors and was not a unique predictor of self-reported negative affect. The results are discussed in terms of the implications for therapy and the therapeutic alliance. Perfectionism has long been recognized as an important personality trait that has a significant impact on emotional and social well-being. More recently, it has.
istic Self-Presentation Scale (Hewitt et al., 2003) as a supple ment to existing measures of perfectionism. Perfectionistic self presentation involves striving to create a public image of flaw lessness, either by highlighting one's success (i.e., perfection istic self-promotion) or by minimizing one's mistakes (i.e., nondisplay or nondisclosure of imperfections). Initial research indicates. perfectionistic thoughts, and the tendency for perfectionistic self-presentation. All variables correlated signiﬁcantly: coaches with higher scores on exhaustion scored higher both on perfectionistic thoughts and self-presentation. However, when three subscales of perfectionistic self-presentation were considered separately, lower and nonsigniﬁcant correlations emerged. We believe that.
. Personal Men . Health, 10 (2), 130- 141. Casale, S., Fioravanti, G., Flett, G.L., y Hewitt, P.L. (2015). Self-presentation styles and Problematic use of Internet communicative services: The role of the. From the Perfectionistic Self-presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt, et al., 2003), the 10-item subscale Perfectionistic self-promotion (PSP) was used to measure the attempt to which a person demonstrates one's supposed perfection to others by actively and unrealistically presenting one's positive abilities, accomplishments, and successes. This scale is rated on a 7-points Likert scale and has. Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale. This questionnaire is designed to measure how much of a perfectionist you are. It has 35 questions and should take no more than 10 minutes
Perfectionistic self-presentation (Hewitt et al., 2003) includes perfectionistic self-promotion (brashly promoting a perfect image to others), nondisclosure of imperfection (concern over verbal dis-closures of imperfection to others), and nondisplay of imperfection (concern over behavioural displays of imperfection to others). Perfectionistic cognitions involve automatic thoughts with perfec. Parole chiave: Perfectionistic Cognitions Inventory, perfezionismo, personalità, ruminazione, worry Obiettivo: Il Perfectionistic Cognitions Inventory è uno strumento di valutazione della ruminazione automatica perfezionistica. Il questionario indaga infatti la componente cognitiva intrapersonale del perfezionismo dando un indice generale di gravità confermato dalla struttura unifattoriale. Relations of dispositions toward ridicule and histrionic self-presentation with quantitative and qualitative humor creation. Frontiers in Psychology , No. 78. PSYNDEX ID 034570 The construct of clinical perfectionism, conceptualized as a one-dimensional construct (Shafran, Cooper, & Fairburn, 2003), has drawn considerable debate because of the associated critique of multidimensional perfectionism's relevance for clinical theory and research. Hence Dickie, Surgenor, Wilson, and McDowall's (2012) finding that the Clinical Perfectionism Questionnaire (CPQ), designed. Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Scale (PSPS; Hewitt y Flett, 1991). Cuestionario de 27 ítems que evalúa la necesidad del sujeto de parecer perfecto y no mostrar sus defectos a los demás. Además, predice la angustia generada por la necesidad de perfección personal. Se utilizó la versión la adaptación con población española (Garner, 1998). Eating Disorder Inventory 2 (EDI-2, Garner y.