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perfectionism and negative perfectionism. These variables are correlated with Big Five measurements which are as stated: Neuroticism, agreeableness, extraversion, conscientiousness, and openness. Historical SignificanceThere was a debate as to whether perfectionism is a personality trait rather than a cognitive-behavioral process, where previous research correlated perfectionism with higher neuroticism, higher conscientiousness, lower agreeableness, and lower extraversion.Research DesignThe design stated in this article was a correlational design. Individuals that participated were to complete surveys and the researchers then calculated the connections to conclude the strength of the relationship between the set variables. EthicsI do believe this was an ethical study. “All participants completed an information and consent form and the research was approved by the Curtin University Ethics Committee,”Egan
PSY 2162-2 Journal: Literature Review PracticeSummer Smithet al. (2015; p. 107). The researchers obtained approval from the participants as well as the Ethics committee of the University, to continue with the study.