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Luke F. Olsson, Michael C. Grugan, Joseph N. Martin, and Daniel J. Madigan

perfectionistic concerns (PC; Stoeber & Otto, 2006 ). PS is characterized by aspects of perfectionism associated with striving for perfection and the setting of high personal standards. In contrast, PC is characterized by concerns over making mistakes, negative reactions to imperfection, socially prescribed

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Dean R. Watson, Andrew P. Hill, and Daniel J. Madigan

, and a self-oriented striving for perfection and perfectionistic concerns (PC), reflecting concerns about making mistakes, feelings of discrepancy between one’s standards and performance, and negative reactions to imperfection ( Stoeber & Otto, 2006 ). These two broad dimensions of perfectionism are

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Frazer Atkinson, Jeffrey J. Martin, and E. Whitney G. Moore

’s ( 2006 ) model was adopted for the present study to further explore the relationships between perfectionistic striving and perfectionistic concerns and variables associated with these two types of adaptive and maladaptive constructs. We selected this model because it matched our research goals, is

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Erika D. Van Dyke, Aaron Metzger, and Sam J. Zizzi

different proposed frameworks based on two higher-order dimensions of perfectionism—perfectionistic strivings and perfectionistic concerns. Although a point of some debate among researchers in recent years (e.g.,  Flett & Hewitt, 2005 ), perfectionistic strivings have often been considered adaptive and

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Thomas D. Raedeke, Victoria Blom, and Göran Kenttä

, 1990 ). Although perfectionism is multidimensional in nature, factor analytic studies have revealed two higher-order dimensions, including perfectionistic strivings and concerns. Perfectionistic concerns are reflected by doubts about action and concerns over mistakes, along with perceptions of high

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J.D. DeFreese, Daniel J. Madigan, and Henrik Gustafsson

perfectionistic concerns and burnout at the between-person level. Accordingly, this study examined burnout antecedents longitudinally, in tandem, and at the within-athlete and between-athlete levels—representing a complex and illustrative study design, data analysis, and interpretation strategy. Relatedly, Isoard

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J.D. DeFreese and Alan L. Smith

, & Roberts, 2006 ), perceived psychological stress and social perceptions ( DeFreese & Smith, 2014 ), as well as perfectionistic concerns ( Madigan, Stoeber, & Passfield, 2015 ). Such work has pushed the conceptual knowledge base on burnout understanding by providing time-based support for theoretically

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Esmie P. Smith, Andrew P. Hill, and Howard K. Hall

factor analysis of multiple instruments designed to measure perfectionism and provides support for consideration of two broad dimensions of perfectionism (e.g.,  Cox, Enns, & Clara, 2002 ). These two dimensions are termed perfectionistic strivings (PS) and perfectionistic concerns (PC). PS captures self

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Andreas Kuettel, Natalie Durand-Bush, and Carsten H. Larsen

, Fallby, Dankers, and Elbe ( 2018 ) showed that perfectionistic concerns among Danish and Swedish male elite soccer players had a positive indirect effect on depression via competitive anxiety. Another study in the Danish context ( Kilic et al., 2017 ) found that players having had severe injuries and