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Moghadam F, Ebrahimi Moghadam H, Jahangir P. The Relationship Between Perfectionism, Early Maladaptive Schemas, Attachment Styles, and Body Image Concern by the Mediating Role of Self-esteem in Cosmetic Surgery Applicants. JCCNC. 2021; 7 (1) :27-42
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1- Department of Psychology, Rudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rudehen, Iran.
2- Department of Psychology, Rudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rudehen, Iran. , ebrahimimoghadamh@gmail.com
Abstract:   (660 Views)
● There was a significant relationship between perfectionism, early maladaptive schemas, and body image concerns in cosmetic surgery applicants.
● There was a significant relationship between attachment styles, self-esteem, and body image concerns in cosmetic surgery applicants.
● The indirect paths of perfectionism, early maladaptive schema, and attachment styles through self-esteem were significant.
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Cosmetic surgery is among the most popular surgeries worldwide, especially in Iran. This study investigated the association between perfectionism, early maladaptive schemas, attachment styles, and body image concerns through the mediation of self-esteem in cosmetic surgery applicants. The relevant results suggested that the modified model had a good fit and the indirect paths of perfectionism, early maladaptive schema, and attachment styles through self-esteem were also significant. The evaluated model had a good fit and can play an important role in recognizing the factors affecting the body image concerns of female cosmetic surgery applicants.
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● There was a significant relationship between perfectionism, early maladaptive schemas, and body image concerns in cosmetic surgery applicants.
● There was a significant relationship between attachment styles, self-esteem, and body image concerns in cosmetic surgery applicants.
● The indirect paths of perfectionism, early maladaptive schema, and attachment styles through self-esteem were significant.
Plain Language Summary 
Cosmetic surgery is among the most popular surgeries worldwide, especially in Iran. This study investigated the association between perfectionism, early maladaptive schemas, attachment styles, and body image concerns through the mediation of self-esteem in cosmetic surgery applicants. The relevant results suggested that the modified model had a good fit and the indirect paths of perfectionism, early maladaptive schema, and attachment styles through self-esteem were also significant. The evaluated model had a good fit and can play an important role in recognizing the factors affecting the body image concerns of female cosmetic surgery applicants.


Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2020/05/11 | Accepted: 2020/10/2 | Published: 2021/02/1

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