The Motivation, Performance and Wellbeing research group is delivering a guest lecture on 5 April.
PERFECTIONISM IN AN IMPERFECT WORLD
- 5 Apr 2017 @ 7:30 PM
- City Screen Basement Bar
- Dr Sarah Mallinson-Howard, Daniel Madigan, & Esmie Smith
Perfectionism in an Imperfect World
What is perfectionism and how common is it?
How helpful or hindering is being a perfectionist?
What are its likely consequences?
We will be answering these questions and more as part of our talk.
Specifically, we will explore the nature of perfectionism, the debate surrounding its influence on performance and wellbeing in achievement contexts, and discuss research which is at the forefront of this field.
Please come and join us at Café Scientifique as we discuss the perks and perils of perfectonism.
If you spotted the spelling mistake in the sentence above, you should definitely come along!
Our research group, Motivation, Performance and Wellbeing (MPaW), is housed within the School of Sport at York St John University. We are especially interested in the influence of perfectionism and how it might promote or undermine performance and wellbeing in sport, dance, and exercise.
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Tickets are free and can be pre-booked by phone or on-line with City Screen (0871 902 5726)
Alternatively tickets are available on the night of the event at the City Screen Ticket Desk.
70 tickets only available for this event