Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Mediating the Relationship Between Family Recognition Through Achievement and Help-Seeking Attitudes
Date of Award
Master of Science in Research Psychology (MS)
Jenny Lee Vaydich
asian americans, help seeking attitudes, asian american values
Family recognition through achievement, an Asian American value, has been previously linked to perfectionistic self-presentation, a form of perfectionism. Additionally, perfectionistic self-presentation has been predictive of help-seeking attitudes, an individual’s feelings about receiving psychological counseling. While family recognition through achievement has not been found to be predictive of help-seeking attitudes, the current study examines whether perfectionistic self-presentation mediates this relationship in Asian American university students (N = 132). Analysis found perfectionistic self-presentation was not a significant mediator between family recognition through achievement and help-seeking attitudes.
Miramontez, Rianna M., "Perfectionistic Self-Presentation Mediating the Relationship Between Family Recognition Through Achievement and Help-Seeking Attitudes" (2023). Research Psychology Theses. 11.