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Table 2 Relationship between SCI-PSY subscales and MOODS-SR suicidality score in the overall sample

From: Psychotic spectrum symptoms across the lifespan are related to lifetime suicidality among 147 patients with bipolar I or major depressive disorder

  B (SE) β 95 % CI p R2
Block 1
 Age −.007 (.016) −.038 −.039–.025 .657 .014
 Sex .431 (.377) .097 −.313–1.176 .254
 Diagnosis (MDD/BD) .322 (.375) .074 −.419–1.062 .392
Block 2
 Interpersonal sensitivity .164 (.081) .203 .004–.324 .044 .303
 Paranoid −.023 (.016) −.157 −.054–.009 .154
 Schizoid .098 (.058) .153 −.017–.213 .095
 MOODS-SR depressive mood .154 (.025) .461 .104–.205 <.001
  1. The model entered age, sex and diagnosis (MDD/BD) in block 1 and SCI-PSY subscales, together with total depressive mood scores of the MOODS-SR in block 2
  2. Italic values indicate statistically significant (<0.05)