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Studying at night.

When nothing is enough – constant dissatisfaction burns out the perfectionist student 

A study conducted with university students uncovered new information about students prone to perfectionism and the impact of remote learning on students’ well-being.

  • Teksti Nina Venhe | Kuvat Mostphotos | Grafiikka Bettiina Lievonen

For example, students today are going through upper secondary school in a situation where performance pressures and coping are affected by both the entrance exam reform and a global pandemic.

Markku Niemivirta


Professori Markku Niemivirta
The four perfectionism profiles of students.
Kirjat ja muistilaput.
Man studying at home.
Distance learning has been proven to have many positive aspects, and there are students who wish to study remotely at least partly even after the pandemic.