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;
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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