This study investigated the relationship between the Big Three Perfectionism Scale–Short Form (BTPS-SF) (Rigid, Self-critical, and Narcissistic perfectionism) and the ten facets of the Big Five Questionnaire (BFQ) through network analysis. The BTPS-SF and the BFQ were administered to 473 Italian workers. Both centrality indexes (Expected Influence and Node Predictability) and bridge dimensions were calculated. Stability and accuracy were also checked to ensure the trustworthiness and reliability of the findings. The network analysis showed that BTPS-SF Rigid Perfectionism had the highest centrality and a bridge function, whereas BFQ Dominance had a bridge function. Findings suggested that BTPS-SF Rigid Perfectionism and BFQ Dominance are relevant in linking perfectionism and personality traits. Although further studies are needed, the network approach can provide a promising realm for understanding relationships between perfectionism and personality traits.

Perfectionism: A network analysis of relationships between the Big Three dimensions and the Big Five Personality traits / Annamaria Di Fabio, Donald H. Saklofske, Alessio Gori, Andrea Svicher. - In: PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES. - ISSN 0191-8869. - ELETTRONICO. - 199:(2022), pp. 111839.0-111839.0. [10.1016/j.paid.2022.111839]

Perfectionism: A network analysis of relationships between the Big Three dimensions and the Big Five Personality traits

Annamaria Di Fabio
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Alessio Gori;Andrea Svicher
2022

Abstract

This study investigated the relationship between the Big Three Perfectionism Scale–Short Form (BTPS-SF) (Rigid, Self-critical, and Narcissistic perfectionism) and the ten facets of the Big Five Questionnaire (BFQ) through network analysis. The BTPS-SF and the BFQ were administered to 473 Italian workers. Both centrality indexes (Expected Influence and Node Predictability) and bridge dimensions were calculated. Stability and accuracy were also checked to ensure the trustworthiness and reliability of the findings. The network analysis showed that BTPS-SF Rigid Perfectionism had the highest centrality and a bridge function, whereas BFQ Dominance had a bridge function. Findings suggested that BTPS-SF Rigid Perfectionism and BFQ Dominance are relevant in linking perfectionism and personality traits. Although further studies are needed, the network approach can provide a promising realm for understanding relationships between perfectionism and personality traits.
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