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Development of the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale for Athletes
Elizabeth Adelina Vitullo
Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2003.
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Perfectionism has been broadly defined as striving for exceedingly high standards accompanied by harsh self-criticism (Frost, Marten, Lahart, & Rosenblate, ).Two multidimensional approaches to perfectionism have typically been adopted to investigate the association between perfectionism and athlete first outlined by Frost et al. () includes six dimensions, four of which Cited by: Perfectionism and burnout in junior-elite soccer players: the mediating influence of unconditional self-acceptance. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 9, –] and multidimensional athlete burnout [Raedeke, T. D., & Smith, A. L. (). Development and preliminary validation of an athlete .
al. () designed a multidimensional scale, the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (FMPS).* In line with their theoretical formulation, the FMPS has the following six subscales: *The scale of Frost et al. () and the one of Hewitt and Flett () have both been referred to as the "Multidimensional Perfectionism Scal e" (MPS).File Size: KB. Gotwals‚ J. K.‚ & Dunn‚ J. G. H. (). A multi-method multi-analytic approach to establishing internal construct validity evidence: The Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale 2. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science‚ 13‚
For this study, co-authors Thomas Curran and Andrew Hill used the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale to gauge generational changes in three types of perfectionism. The main objective of present research was to examine the nature of perfectionism in sport, by (a) investigating possible differences in the construct might exist between types of sport and levels of competition, (b) investigating its relationship with sport-specific psychological characteristics, and (c) exploring perceptions of perfectionism from the viewpoint of perfectionist : Bervyn Peng Lee.
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Hewitt, P., & Flett, G. The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale: Development and validation. Canadian Psychology, 30, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Gender Differences in the Relationship between Competitiveness and Adjustment among Athletically Identified College Students.
perfectionism in relation to eating disorder risk in female collegiate athletes and non-athletes. One hundred and four athletes, representing four sports, and non-athletes completed the Eating Attitudes Test (Garner et al., ), the Multidimensional Perfectionism Questionnaire (Frost, ) and a short demographic survey.
Results ofAuthor: Sarah R Hewes. 5 domain-specific measure of multidimensional performance perfectionism for use in sport 6 (Performance Perfectionism Scale-Sport, PPS-S).
To this end, we provide three studies. The 7 first study describes the process through which items were generated and refined to capture 8 the three performance perfectionism by: 7. The purpose of the current paper is to review research examining multidimensional perfectionism in sport, dance, and exercise.
We start by providing a conceptual overview of perfectionism. Appleton et al. (), conducting a quantitative cross-sectional study with adolescent athletes, found that adolescents’ self-oriented perfectionism was predicted by parents’ self-oriented perfectionism, suggesting a social learning mechanism for the development of self-oriented perfectionism.
Conversely, adolescents’ socially prescribed perfectionism was predicted by parents’ socially prescribed perfectionism and parents’ other-oriented perfectionism Cited by: Perfectionism Ratings Scale The Perfectionism Ratings Scale involves descriptions of the various traits and self-presentational facets as well as rating scales for the traits and facets.
This measure is intended for having others (e.g., parent, spouse, friend, teacher) rate the perfectionism components. One hundred and forty-eight (Mage = years, SD = ) adolescent athletes competing at the regional level or above in their primary sport completed measures of multidimensional perfectionism.
John Dunn and I developed the Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale-2 (Sport-MPS-2; Gotwals & Dunn, ): a self-report instrument designed to assess perfectionistic tendencies within sport contexts.
The instrument is founded on Frost et al.’s () perfectionism framework and is one of the most widely utilized measures of sport-based perfectionism (along with Stoeber et al.’s, What is multidimensional development mean. 'Development of the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale for Athletes' Asked in Books and Literature, Word and Phrase Origins, Definitions, Book.
The development of two multidimensional perfectionism measures at the start of the ’s facilitated expo-nential growth in research on perfectionism. Until then, perfectionism had been assessed with unidimensional measures.
The Burns Perfectionism Scale came from the depression literature and assessed dysfunctional per-File Size: KB. This study examined the perfectionism experiences of 10 elite perfectionist athletes (5 male and 5 female).
Following completion of the Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale-2 (Gotwals & Dunn, ), a purposeful Author: Paul Sellars.
Valid and reliable instruments are required to appropriately study perfectionism. With this in mind, three studies are presented that describe the development and initial validation of a new instrument designed to measure multidimensional performance perfectionism for use in sport (Performance Perfectionism Scale–Sport [PPS-S]).Cited by: 7.
Participants were asked to fill Competitive Perfectionism Scale (CPS; Besharat, ) and Multidimensional Competitive Anxiety Questionnaire (MCAQ; Besharat, ).
Total mean score for the athletesâ€™ ages ranging from 18 to 29(SD=); mean age score wasranging from 19 to 29 (SD= ) for male athletes, andranging from 18 to 28(SD= ) for female athletes. Cited by: 9. The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, the Body Esteem Scale and the Profile of Mood States were also used to evaluate the relationships between eating disorders and psychological characteristics.
Athletes completed the tests during their competitive period and controls completed the same scales at the same by: Of the participants, 65 were women (mean age: ± years) and were men (mean age: ± years). The data collection tools that employed were the Passion Scale, Sport-Specific Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale, and Athlete Burnout : Ebru Demirci, Fatma Çepikkurt.
The Multidimensional Perfectionism Football Scale (MPS-Football; (Dunn et al., )) was used to assess athletes’ perfectionism. The MPS-Football is a item scale organized into subscales: personal standards (7 items, e.g. Validation of the Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale-2 for the Mexican Sport Context.
The aim of this study was to validate the factorial structure of a Spanish version of the Sport Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale-2 (Sport-MPS-2) for the Mexican population, and provide evidence of : Antonio Pineda-Espejel, Emilio Arrayales, Raquel Morquecho-Sanchez, Marina Trejo.
Furthermore, perfectionism, achievement motivation and competitiveness were addressed as vulnerabilities for disordered eating development in competitive female athletes.
Perfectionism was also related to dieting and bulimia symptoms among female college athletes [ 19 ] and was shown to be the greatest risk factor for disordered eating among female athletes by Hopkinson and Lock [ 20 ].Cited by: 1. Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale: Original Version and Short Forms To assess the three forms of perfectionism, Hewitt and Flett () developed the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS).
The MPS is comprised of 45 items of which 15 each measure self-oriented, other-oriented, and socially prescribed perfectionism. The MPS is aFile Size: KB. Hewitt, in collaboration Dr.
Gordon Flett and other researchers, has developed various clinical and research instruments for assessment of various aspects of perfectionistic behaviour.
These measures are available for downloading under the relevant tabs to the left. Normative data are also provided for several of measures. PDF’s of papers and chapters describing the development and. Start studying Sport Psych Exam 2 Material. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
-Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (FMPS)-Hewitt Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (HMPS) Development of a positive mental attitude. 2. Positive precompetitive affect. Development of Perfectionism in Junior Athletes: A Three-Sample Study of Coach and Parental Pressure in Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology Daniel J.
Madigan *, 1, Thomas Curran *, 2, Joachim Stoeber *, 3, Andrew P. Hill *, 1, Martin M. Smith *, 1 and Louis Passfield *, 3Cited by: 2. Objectives: To determine the effects of sex, perfectionism, level of athletic participation (varsity vs.
recreational), and type of sport (swimming, running, or soccer) on disordered eating. Method: Male and female swimmers, runners, and soccer players at Stanford University were recruited at both the recreational and varsity level. Athletes were given the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale Cited by: