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|Title: ||A Psychometric Analysis of the Chinese Version of Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (CMPS): Reliability and Validity.|
|Authors: ||柯慧貞;jennyko;Huei-Chen Ko;林旻沛;Lin, Min-Pei;陳正嘉;Cheng-Chia Chen;周鉦翔;Cheng-Hsiang Chou;陳廣圻;Kuang-Chi Chen|
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-23 15:03:33 (UTC+8)|
Purpose: The goals of this study were to examine the reliability and validity of the Chinese version of the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (CMPS), to examine the six-dimensional model of perfectionism with two second-order factors as proposed by Frost, and to explore the relationships among the six dimensions, two second-order factors, depressive symptoms, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Based on a literature review, the following hypotheses were examined: the subscale scores on "Concern over Mistakes", "Doubting of Action", "Parental Expectation", and "Parental Criticism" had positive relationships with both the depressive and obsessive-compulsive symptom scores; the "Personal Standard" subscale score had a weak relationship with the depressive and obsessive-compulsive symptoms scores; the "Organization" subscale score was not correlated with either depressive or obsessive-compulsive symptom scores. Methods: Using stratified and cluster sampling, a total of 2,190 college students (mean age=19.718) were recruited from southern Taiwan and administered the CMPS, Ko Depression Inventory, and Symptoms Check List-90-R. Results: The Cronbach's alpha coefficient was .938 for the CMPS and ranged within between .736 and .903 for the subscales. Moreover, the six-dimensional model of perfectionism with two-second order factors had good model-fit evaluations. In addition, the "Concern over Mistakes", "Doubting of Action", "Parental Expectation", and "Parental Criticism" subscales had positive relationships with the depressive symptom and obsessive-compulsive symptom scores. The "Personal Standard" subscale score had weak relationships with the depressive and obsessive-compulsive symptoms scores. The "Organization" subscale score was not correlated with either depressive or obsessive-compulsive symptom scores. Results supported all hypotheses. We also found that males had higher scores than females on "Parental Expectation" and "Doubting of Action". Conclusions: The CMPS is a reliable and valid measurement of perfectionism. Moreover, Frost's six-dimensional model of perfectionism with two second-order structures was supported.
|Relation: ||中華心理衛生學刊 / Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 24(1):61-96.|
|Appears in Collections:||[心理學系] 期刊論文|
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