Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS)

Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS)
Hewitt & Flett‚ 1989‚ 1991‚ 2004
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Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale

The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS) is a 45-item measure with three trait subscales measuring self-oriented perfectionism, other-oriented perfectionism, and socially prescribed perfectionism. Detailed information regarding the development, validation, and reliability of the MPS subscales is presented in Hewitt & Flett (1991), and Hewitt, Flett, Turnbull-Donovan, & Mikail (1991). A Technical Manual for this scale is available from Multihealth Systems Inc. self-oriented perfectionism (SOP: alpha .89); socially-prescribed perfectionism (SPP: alpha .86); other-oriented perfectionism (OOP: alpha 0.79); (Hewitt & Flett‚ 1991)
 
 

Flett‚ G. L.‚ Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ & Dyck‚ D. G. (1989). Perfectionism‚ neuroticism‚ and anxiety. Personality and individual Differences‚ 10; 731-735.

Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ & Flett‚ G. L. (1989). The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale: Development and validation (abstract). Canadian Psychology‚ 30.339

Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ & Flett‚ G. L. (1991). Perfectionism in the self and social contexts: Conceptualization‚ assessment‚ and association with psychopathology. Journal of personality and Social Psychology‚ 60‚ 456-470.

Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ Flett‚ G. L.‚ Turnbull-Donovan‚ W.‚ & Mikail‚ S. F. (1991). The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale: Reliability‚ validity‚ and psychometric properties in psychiatric samples. Psychological Assessment‚ 3‚ 464–468.

Flett‚ G. L.‚ Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ Endler‚ N. S.‚ & Tassone‚ C. (1995). Perfectionism and components of state and trait anxiety. Current Psychology Development learning. Personality and Social‚ 13; 326-350.

Hewitt‚ P. L.‚ Flett‚ G. L.‚ & Ediger‚ E. (1996). Perfectionism and depression: Longitudinal assessment of a specific vulnerability hypothesis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology‚ 105‚ 276–280

Flett‚ G. L.‚ & Hewitt‚ P. L. (Eds.). (2002). Perfectionism: Theory‚ research‚ and treatment. Washington‚ DC: American Psychological Association.

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