影响完美主义与抑郁关系的中介机制的研究综述
Review on Affecting the Mediation Mechanism between Perfectionism and Depression

作者: 谢 颖 :重庆师范大学教育科学学院暨应用心理学重点实验室,重庆;

关键词: 完美主义抑郁自尊应对方式社会支持无条件自我接纳中介机制Perfectionism Depression Self-Respect Coping Style Social Support Unconditional Self-Acceptance Mediation Mechanism

摘要:
完美主义作为一种稳定的人格特质,其消极成分会产生抑郁等负性情绪。但因其稳定性,很难改变,因此有必要探讨影响完美主义与抑郁之间的中介机制。从中介机制的角度,寻找降低因完美主义产生的抑郁情绪产生的积极心理变量。本文主要对自尊,应对方式,社会支持,无条件自我接纳对二者之间的影响的中介机制的研究结果进行了总结,以期有效缓解心理问题,如:抑郁情绪,以及完美主义的消极成分。

Abstract: As a stable personality trait, the negative of perfectionism leads to the negative mood, such as de-pression. Due to the stability and unchangeable characteristics of perfectionism, it is necessary to explore the mediation mechanism between perfectionism and depression. As for mediation me-chanism, we expect to find positive variables to resolve the psychological problems effectively caused from perfectionism. We draw a conclusion on factors of affecting mediation mechanism between perfectionism and depression, such as, self-respect, coping style, social support, uncondi-tional self-acceptance. It is our expectation to help resolving psychological problems effectively, such as depression, negative factors caused from perfectionism.

文章引用: 谢 颖 (2015) 影响完美主义与抑郁关系的中介机制的研究综述。 心理学进展, 5, 284-290. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.55039

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