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Rising parental expectations linked to perfectionism in college students

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Rising parental expectations and criticism are linked to an increase in perfectionism among college students, which can have damaging mental health consequences, according to new research.
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Study finds parent-inspired perfectionism rising in college students

A new study links a rise in perfectionism among college students to harmful, all-or-nothing expectations for success that parents increasingly have for their children in a high-pressure world.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Rising parental expectations linked to perfectionism in college students

Rising parental expectations and criticism are linked to an increase in perfectionism among college students, which can have damaging mental health consequences, according to new research.

4 months ago·United States
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Rising parental expectations linked to perfectionism in college students

Rising parental expectations and criticism are linked to an increase in perfectionism among college students, which can have damaging mental health consequences, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

4 months ago
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Parental pressure linked to rise in student perfectionism

Researchers warn of ‘impending public health issue’ as excessive demands placed on students to excel

4 months ago
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Rising parental expectations linked to perfectionism in college students

Rising parental expectations and criticism are linked to an increase in perfectionism among college students, which can have damaging mental health consequences.

4 months ago
Read Full Article
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