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Electrophysiology of Error Processing : Motivational and Affective Correlates
Clinical Perfectionism is the overdependence on self‐evaluation for the determined pursuit of personally demanding, self‐imposed, standards in at least one highly-salient domain, despite adverse consequences (Shafran et ...
Predictors of Clinical Perfectionism : Anxiety, Depression, and Fear of Failure
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the Clinical Perfectionism Questionnaire (CPQ) shows a pattern of correlations similar to those shown for non-clinical perfectionism. We hypothesized that there would be ...
Do Researchers Practice What They Preach? Unjustified Causal Language in Psychological Scientists' Descriptions of Their Work
People are biased toward seeing associations between independent events and assuming causal explanations for those associations. Indeed, the lay public incorrectly infers cause-and-effect from descriptions of non-experimental ...