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Table 4 Results from regression analyses using different types of predictors

From: Dialectical behavior therapy skills use and emotion dysregulation in personality disorders and psychopathy: a community self-report study

Regression 1: Predictors of IPM F(3, 122) = 7.67, p < .001, R 2 = .16
  β t(122) p
Emotion Dysregulation -.002 -.61 .544
DBT Skills Use -.55 -3.22 .002
Dysfunctional Coping .432 2.75 .007
Regression 2: Predictors of CA F(3,122) = 14.26, p < .001, R 2 = .26
  β t(122) p
Emotion Dysregulation -.003 -.91 .363
DBT Skills Use -.51 -3.27 .001
Dysfunctional Coping .64 4.46 < .001
Regression 3: Predictors of ELS F(3,122) = 11.54, p < .001, R 2 = .22
  β t (71) p
Emotion Dysregulation .002 .50 .618
DBT Skills Use -.24 -1.39 .167
Dysfunctional Coping .53 3.37 .001
Regression 4: Predictors of CT χ 2 (3, N = 128) = 12.89, p = .005
  B(SE) Wald Exp(B)
Emotion Dysregulation -.001(.01) .005 1.00
DBT Skills Use -1.27(.58) 4.79 .28
Dysfunctional Coping .97(1.42) 3.38 2.64
  1. Note: IPM interpersonal manipulation, CA callous affect, ELS erratic lifestyle, CT criminal tendencies, DBT dialectical behavior therapy, significant p-values were adjusted for multiple comparisons: p < .004 (.05/12)