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Table 3 Bivariate associations among study variables

From: The role of DSM-5 borderline personality symptomatology and traits in the link between childhood trauma and suicidal risk in psychiatric patients

   1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. M (SD)
1. MINI Level of Suicidal Risk             2.67 (1.03)
2. CTQ Childhood Trauma .22            2.17 (0.73)
3. SCID-II BPD criterion count .37 .42           5.65 (2.41)
4. PID-5 Emotional Lability .30 .06 .49          1.80 (0.65)
5. PID-5 Separation Insecurity .38 .12 .44 .45         1.34 (0.90)
6. PID-5 Anxiousness .31 .19 .40 .53 .49        1.91 (0.67)
7. PID-5 Depressivity .53 .30 .45 .43 .45 .58       1.53 (0.70)
8. PID-5 Hostility .23 .20 .53 .33 .41 .34 .25      1.32 (0.67)
9. PID-5 Impulsivity .24 .20 .51 .30 .27 .09 .21 .45     1.10 (0.74)
10. PID-5 Risk Taking .09 .14 .21 -.15 -.05 -.26 -.05 .25 .40    1.10 (0.64)
11. PID-5 Suspiciousnessa .34 .39 .65 .44 .48 .52 .56 .58 .36 .11   1.49 (0.80)
12. PID-5 Perceptual Dysregulationa .39 .37 .39 .25 .20 .38 .41 .34 .32 .28 .46 0.86 (0.53)
  1. N = 124; MINI Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview 6.0 – Suicidality Module, CTQ Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (total score), SCID-II Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis II Borderline Personality Disorder, PID-5 Personality Inventory for DSM-5. Correlations from .19 are significant at the 0.05 level and correlations from .30 are significant at the 0.001 level. aPID-5 facets that were added to the operationalization of BPD based on empirical findings [29, 30, 32, 33]