“Interpersonal guilt, impostor phenomenon, depression, and anxiety” di Ramona Fimiani et al.

The impostor phenomenon, first described by Clance (Clance & Imes, 1978; Clance, 1985) on the basis of several clinical observations, refers to the psychological experience of intellectual phoniness. People who experience this feeling
of fraudulence (Kolligian & Sternberg, 1991), despite outstanding academic and professional recognition and success, may secretly harbor the idea that they do not deserve the success and recognition they have achieved.

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