Well-being and Perfectionism in Students: Adaptive versus Maladaptive

Reza Fallahchai, Maryam Fallahi, Arefeh Moazen Jami
2019 Iranian Evolutionary Educational Psychology Journal  
that the mean scores of adaptive perfectionist students in the psychological well-being and its sub-scales, autonomy, purpose in life, positive relations with others, and environmental mastery, were higher than the group of students with maladaptive perfectionist and non-perfectionist. The statistically significant difference was found (P <0.01). As a result, it can be said that adaptive perfectionist is accompanied by better and higher performance and consequently leads to a higher
more » ... higher psychological well-being.
doi:10.29252/ieepj.1.3.222 fatcat:lpu6l4uflzc45mgwtfjwk4hex4