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Table 2 Correlations between proportions observer memories in total and following high and low discrepant cues, and borderline symptoms (BSI)

From: The relationship between borderline symptoms and vantage perspective during autobiographical memory retrieval in a community sample

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1. % O - .90** .88** .04 .14 .17 .11 .14
2. % O-HD .90** - .60** .06 .19* .20* .10 .16
3. % O-LD .88** .57** - -.00 .06 .09 .09 .07
4. BSI – NSI .02 .05 -.02 - .64** .62** .67** .90**
5. BSI – DIR .14 .19* .04 .52** - .51** .49** .77**
6. BSI – FSS .16 .20* .08 .40** .36** - .53** .79**
7. BSI – ANX .11 .09 .10 .53** .34** .37** - .84**
8. BSI – TOT .15 .18 .07 .81** .70** .69** .79** -
  1. Depression severity and age are partialled out in the correlations beneath the diagonal.
  2. %O = proportion observer memories retrieved during full AMT administration; %O-HD = proportion observer memories following high discrepant cues; %O-LD = proportion observer memories following low discrepant cues; BSI-NSI = negative self-image; BSI-DIR = difficult interpersonal relationships; BSI-FSS = failing social skills; BSI-ANX = anxiety; BSI-TOT = total BSI-score.
  3. *p < .05, **p < .01.