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Table 5 Clinical Concomitants of Health Related Quality of Life and Psychopathological Distress in Adolescents Engaging in Self-Injury

From: Health related quality of life and psychopathological distress in risk taking and self-harming adolescents with full-syndrome, subthreshold and without borderline personality disorder: rethinking the clinical cut-off?

  BPD criteria Self-injury Suicide Attempts
Health Related Quality of Life
Physical-Wellbeing -.315*** -.108 -.143
Psychological Well-Being -.364*** -.161** -.115
Moods and Emotions -.408*** -.153** -.231**
Self-Perception -.365*** -.219*** -.121
Autonomy -.197** -.064 -.015
Parent Relations and Home Life -.292*** -.136* -.115
Social Support and Peers -.093 -.092 .025
School Environment -.277*** -.111 -.090
Social Acceptance (Bullying) -.212** -.096 -.203*
Financial Resources -.165** .078 -.181*
Psychopathology Distress
Somatization .293*** .108 .074
Obsessive-Compulsive .376*** .132* .059
Interpersonal Sensitivity .448*** .222*** .092
Depression .438*** .204** .110
Anxiety .377*** .163* .025
Hostility .452*** .119 -.032
Phobic Anxiety .302*** .111 .053
Paranoid Ideation .359*** .150* .148
Psychoticism .401*** .176** .153
Global Severity Index .458*** .202** .099
  1. BPD criteria, number of BPD criteria fulfilled (0–9); Self-Injury: acts of self-injury within the past 12 months; Suicide Attempts: number of lifetime suicide attempts; analyses on BPD criteria based on n = 255 to 263; analyses on frequency of self-injury based on n = 215 to 235; analyses on suicide attempts based on n = 118 to 131