Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability

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The current study aimed to investigate the relationship between perfectionism and the level of social withdrawal among a sample of teenage students in Jordan. The study sample consists of (300) male and female teens. The results of the study showed that the most perfectionist levels was norms dimension ", then "regulation dimension", in third level was "ambivalence dimension". Moreover, the most socially withdrawn level was "self-reliance", then in second level, it was "avoidant withdrawal dimension", in third level, it was "solitary withdrawal dimension", then " anxious withdrawal dimension". The results also revealed that there are statistically significant differences in the level of perfectionism attributed to gender, grade and academic rate. In addition, there are differences in social withdrawal due to gender, grade and academic rate and the dimensions of perfectionism contribute approximately (35.8%) to social withdrawal among the sample.

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