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Table 2 DERS and YSR scores across inpatients adolescents with BPD, non-BPD psychiatric controls, and healthy controls

From: The specificity of emotion dysregulation in adolescents with borderline personality disorder: comparison with psychiatric and healthy controls

  BPD (n =187, 26.5%) Non-BPD psychiatric (n = 365, 52.6%) Healthy (n = 146, 20.9%)
M (SD) M (SD) M (SD)
DERS Total score 121.69 (23.43) 99.20 (28.65) 72.66 (21.81)
Nonacceptance of emotional responses 18.06 (6.71) 14.08 (6.88) 10.79 (4.80)
Difficulty engaging in goal directed 20.20 (4.51) 17.38 (5.28) 13.23 (5.20)
Impulse control 19.35 (6.25) 14.30 (6.57) 9.63 (4.68)
Lack of emotional awareness 18.94 (5.93) 17.73 (5.92) 14.56 (5.16)
Limited access to emotion regulation strategies 29.08 (7.07) 22.07 (8.84) 14.65 (6.73)
Lack of emotional clarity 16.05 (4.98) 13.64 (5.17) 9.80 (4.02)
YSR total score 71.03 (8.45) 62.24 (9.74) 49.22 (11.00)
  1. Note. DERS difficulty in emotion regulation scale, YSR youth self-report. Values are means that have not been adjusted to control for the potentially confounding effects of gender, age, and psychiatric severity