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Thomas Curran and Andrew P. Hill

following achievement stress extends to interpersonal competition (not just to failure to attain personal goals) and to an array of self-conscious emotions (not just perceived threat). We also found that, following competitive failure, self-oriented perfectionism did not predict changes in shame. The