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Table 2 Moderation Effects for the Belief in Suicide as an Escape for Baseline and 6-Month Suicidal Ideation

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

Moderation effect b SE t p 95% CI
Cross-Sectional Findings
 DERS x Escape 0.26 0.10 2.54 0.013 0.056, 0.466
 DERS1 x Escape 0.28 0.10 2.71 0.008 0.073, 0.477
 DERS3 x Escape 0.20 0.09 2.22 0.029 0.021, 0.379
 DERS5 x Escape 0.21 0.10 1.99 0.050 0.000, 0.410
 DERS6 x Escape 0.15 0.10 1.53 0.131 −0.045, 0.342
Longitudinal Findings
 DERS x Escape 0.18 0.09 2.07 0.043 0.006, 0.346
 DERS1 x Escape 0.19 0.10 1.09 0.280 −0.090, 0.307
 DERS3 x Escape 0.05 0.08 0.59 0.557 −0.113, 0.209
 DERS5 x Escape 0.11 0.10 1.09 0.279 −0.087, 0.297
 DERS6 x Escape 0.22 0.09 2.56 0.013 0.049, 0.396
  1. Note. Numbered measures indicate subscales. DERS Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale, DERS1 Nonacceptance of Emotional Responses, DERS3 Impulse Control Difficulties, DERS5 Limited Access to Emotion Regulation Strategies, DERS6 Lack of Emotional Clarity. Escape = Suicidal Behaviour Questionnaire, “Way out” Item. All longitudinal analyses included baseline suicidal ideation as a covariate