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Een kritische analyse van het begrip perfectionisme in relatie tot eetstoornissen

Liesbet Boone UGent, Bart Soenens UGent and Caroline Braet UGent (2011) TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE. 41(2). p.117-128
abstract
Clinical experience and research established a strong relationship between perfectionism and eating disorders. The view on perfectionism has changed substantially during the last decades, such that it was first considered a unidimensional and pathological intrapersonal feature and was later considered from a multidimensional perspective. The latter approach distinguished between maladaptive and relatively more adaptive features of, perfectionism. In this review article, we provide an empirical overview of research on the role of perfectionism in eating disorders from a conceptual perspective. This overview suggests that, although both adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism are involved in eating disorders, the effects of maladaptive perfectionism are more consistent and pronounced than the effects of adaptive perfectionism. We provide some critical notes and identify some problems in extant perfectionism research and review existing treatments of perfectionism within the context of eating disorders.
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Review, Eetstoornissen, Perfectionisme
journal title
TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
Tijdschr. Klin. Psychol.
volume
41
issue
2
pages
117 - 128
ISSN
1378-8647
language
Dutch
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
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VABB id
c:vabb:321082
VABB type
VABB-1
id
1151870
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1151870
date created
2011-02-15 14:36:54
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2016-12-19 15:46:03
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  abstract     = {Clinical experience and research established a strong relationship between perfectionism and eating disorders. The view on perfectionism has changed substantially during the last decades, such that it was first considered a unidimensional and pathological intrapersonal feature and was later considered from a multidimensional perspective. The latter approach distinguished between maladaptive and relatively more adaptive features of, perfectionism. In this review article, we provide an empirical overview of research on the role of perfectionism in eating disorders from a conceptual perspective. This overview suggests that, although both adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism are involved in eating disorders, the effects of maladaptive perfectionism are more consistent and pronounced than the effects of adaptive perfectionism. We provide some critical notes and identify some problems in extant perfectionism research and review existing treatments of perfectionism within the context of eating disorders.},
  author       = {Boone, Liesbet and Soenens, Bart and Braet, Caroline},
  issn         = {1378-8647},
  journal      = {TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE},
  keyword      = {Review,Eetstoornissen,Perfectionisme},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {117--128},
  title        = {Een kritische analyse van het begrip perfectionisme in relatie tot eetstoornissen},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Boone, Liesbet, Bart Soenens, and Caroline Braet. 2011. “Een Kritische Analyse Van Het Begrip Perfectionisme in Relatie Tot Eetstoornissen.” Tijdschrift Klinische Psychologie 41 (2): 117–128.
APA
Boone, Liesbet, Soenens, B., & Braet, C. (2011). Een kritische analyse van het begrip perfectionisme in relatie tot eetstoornissen. TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE, 41(2), 117–128.
Vancouver
1.
Boone L, Soenens B, Braet C. Een kritische analyse van het begrip perfectionisme in relatie tot eetstoornissen. TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE. 2011;41(2):117–28.
MLA
Boone, Liesbet, Bart Soenens, and Caroline Braet. “Een Kritische Analyse Van Het Begrip Perfectionisme in Relatie Tot Eetstoornissen.” TIJDSCHRIFT KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE 41.2 (2011): 117–128. Print.