STAWAR COLUMN: Living a straight ‘A’ life | Opinion | – Evening News and Tribune

Of course, the golfing itself was exempt, because no one ever plays golf without making mistakes. There may also be high parental expectations, early exposure to criticism and shaming, excessive praise, and specific cultural expectations. Recent studies of identical and fraternal twins at the Michigan State University found that identical twins had much more similar scores on measures of perfectionism than fraternal twins did, suggesting there is a significant genetic influence in play with perfectionism.

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