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Relationship between Positive/ Negative Perfectionism and Psychological Well-Being among College Students: Optimism as a Moderator
In college, there are many students with qualities of perfectionism which affect their well-being. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between positive and negative perfectionism, optimistic beliefs and psychological well-being of college students, further more to examine the moderating role of optimistic beliefs between positive/negative perfectionism and psychological well-being. In this study, a total of 820 completed self-reported questionnaires were collected through accidental sampling. “The Perfectionism Scale”, “Optimistic Belief Scale” and “Chinese Version of Psychological Well-being Scale” were used as research measurements. Data was analyzed by Independent-Sample t test, one-way multivariate analysis of variance, Pearson correlation analysis, multiple regression analysis. The moderator effect is examined by Process Procedure. The major findings of the present study were as follows: 1. Women were higher level of negative perfectionism than men. College students in different year have significant differences level of negative perfectionism and optimistic beliefs. There are significant differences in positive/negative perfectionism and psychological well-being among college students with different academic achievements. 2. There is a significant positive correlation between positive perfectionism and optimistic belief, positive expectation, positive classification and psychological well-being. There is a significant negative correlation between negative perfectionism, optimistic belief, positive expectation, positive classification, positive attribution and psychological well-being. There is a significant positive correlation between optimistic belief, positive expectation, positive classification, positive attribution and psychological well-being. 3. Positive and negative perfectionism, optimistic belief, positive expectation, positive classification and positive attribution significantly predicted the psychological well-being. 4. The negative relationship between negative perfectionism and psychological well-being is significant. The relationship between negative perfectionism and psychological well-being among college students was moderated by optimistic belief, positive expectation and positive classification. While there was no significant moderating effect between positive perfectionism and psychological well-being.
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