The Study on the Relations among Perfectionism & Coping Style & Interpersonal Relationship of University Students

Xiaofeng Zhang, Pingping Zhao

Abstract


The target of this thesis is to study the relations among the perfectionism, the coping style and the interpersonal relationship of university students. The main study methods are to make the use of Frost multi-dimensional perfectionism scale, coping style questionnaire and university student interpersonal relationship comprehensive diagnostic scale to measure 350 university students. The results of the study show that: (1) There is a significant negative correlation between the perfectionism and the mature coping style of university students, whereas there is a significant positive correlation between the perfectionism and the immature coping style. (2)There is a significant positive correlation between the perfectionism and the interpersonal relationship. (3)There is a significant positive correlation between the interpersonal relationship and immature/mixture coping style, whereas there is a significant negative correlation between the interpersonal relationship and mature coping style.(4)The concerning mistakes (CM), the action procrastination (AP), mixture and mature coping style can predict the perplexity of conversation distinctly.(5)The AP,personal standard (PS), immature and mature coping style can predict the perplexity of social intercourse & making friend distinctly.(6)The CM, parent criticism (PC) and mixture coping style can predict the perplexity of dealing with people distinctly.(7)The CM,AP, PS, parent expectation (PE), mixture and mature coping style can predict the perplexity of relating to the opposite sex distinctly. Therefore the conclusion of the thesis is as follows: there are close relations among perfectionism, coping style and interpersonal relationship; the perfectionism and coping style affect the interpersonal relationship of university students to a significant extent.

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