完璧主義の適応的構成要素と精神的健康の関係  Relations of the adaptive elements of perfectionism to mental health: The analyses using the Japanese version of the Dyadic APS-R

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The Dyadic Almost Perfect Scale-Revised(Dyadic APS-R)is a self-report measure of perfectionism. The present study was intended to examine the psychometric properties of the Japanese version of the Dyadic APS-R. Japanese university students (213) completed the Japanese version of the Dyadic APS-R along with measures of mental health outcomes (self-efficacy and depression). Exploratory factor analysis revealed two factors: High Standards and Order, and Discrepancy. A reliability estimate of internal consistency of High Standards and Order, and Discrepancy was high. Confirmatory factor analysis of the Dyadic APS-R in another group of Japanese university students (108) supported the existence of 2 perfectionism factors. Cluster analysis using the two subscales of the Dyadic APS-R yielded 3 clusters: Adaptive perfectionists, maladaptive perfectionists, non-perfectionists.Adaptive perfectionists characterized by high Standards and Order scores, and low Discrepancy scores had higher scores on self-efficacy and lower scores on depression than those of maladaptive perfectionists and even of non-perfectionists.Distinguishing adaptive perfectionists from maladaptive perfectionists is discussed in the context of psychological functioning and further research.

The Dyadic Almost Perfect Scale-Revised(Dyadic APS-R)is a self-report measure of perfectionism. The present study was intended to examine the psychometric properties of the Japanese version of the Dyadic APS-R. Japanese university students (213) completed the Japanese version of the Dyadic APS-R along with measures of mental health outcomes (self-efficacy and depression). Exploratory factor analysis revealed two factors: High Standards and Order, and Discrepancy. A reliability estimate of internal consistency of High Standards and Order, and Discrepancy was high. Confirmatory factor analysis of the Dyadic APS-R in another group of Japanese university students (108) supported the existence of 2 perfectionism factors. Cluster analysis using the two subscales of the Dyadic APS-R yielded 3 clusters: Adaptive perfectionists, maladaptive perfectionists, non-perfectionists.Adaptive perfectionists characterized by high Standards and Order scores, and low Discrepancy scores had higher scores on self-efficacy and lower scores on depression than those of maladaptive perfectionists and even of non-perfectionists.Distinguishing adaptive perfectionists from maladaptive perfectionists is discussed in the context of psychological functioning and further research.

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  • 跡見学園女子大学文学部紀要 = JOURNAL OF ATOMI UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF LITERATURE

    跡見学園女子大学文学部紀要 = JOURNAL OF ATOMI UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF LITERATURE (45), A75-A90, 2010-09

    跡見学園女子大学

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    110007864843
  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    AA11839735
  • 本文言語コード
    JPN
  • 資料種別
    Departmental Bulletin Paper
  • ISSN
    1348-1444
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    NII-ELS  IR 
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