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Table 1 Means, Standard Deviations, and Intercorrelations of Study Variables

From: It’s the thought that counts: belief in suicide as an escape moderates the relationship between emotion dysregulation and suicidal ideation cross-sectionally and longitudinally

Measure M (SD) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. BSS Baseline 7.77 (7.92)          
2. DERS 112.16 (22.00) .32**         
3. DERS1 18.83 (6.29) .28** .75**        
4. DESR2 17.68 (4.59) .17 .73** .41**       
5. DERS3 18.24 (5.40) .29** .84** .59** .70**      
6. DERS4 16.12 (4.77) .18 .25* −.02 −.10 −.08     
7. DERS5 26.37 (6.44) .25** .85** .69** .63** .70** −.08    
8. DERS6 14.56 (4.03) .24* .61** .23* .32** .35** .46** .34**   
9. Escape 1.54 (1.32) .55** .31** .16 .10 .26* .22* .23* .27*  
10. Problem Solve 1.72 (1.43) .68** .31** .33** .13 .27** .11 .20 .26* .62**
11. BSS Follow-up 6.12 (8.32) .70** .28* .27* .20 .24* .01 .24* .21* .46** .69**
  1. Note. *p < .05, **p < .01. Numbered measures indicate subscales. BSS Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation, DERS Difficulties in Emotion Regulation, DERS1 Nonacceptance of Emotional Responses, DERS2 Engaging in Goal-Directed Behaviour, DERS3 Impulse Control Difficulties, DERS4 Lack of Emotional Awareness, DERS5 Limited Access to Emotion Regulation Strategies, DERS6 Lack of Emotional Clarity, Escape = Suicidal Behaviour Questionnaire, “Way out” Item. Problem Solve = Suicidal Behaviour Questionnaire, “Problem Solve” Item