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Table 1 Correlations between main variables

From: Beyond difficulties in self-regulation: the role of identity integration and personality functioning in young women with disordered eating behaviours

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1. Effortful Control-ATQ            
2. Emotional Regulation-SIPP .407**           
3. Impulsivity-BIS-15 .400** .348**          
4. Identity Integration-SIPP .427** .598** .363**         
5. Personality Functioning-LPFS .456** .592** .398** .836**        
6. Restraint-EDE-Q 6.0 .100 .023 .106 .220** .175*       
7. Eating Concerns-EDE-Q 6.0 .201* .150* .080 .471** .354** .639**      
9. Shape Concerns-EDE-Q 6.0 .150* .164* .111 .443** .335** .642** .746**     
9. Weight Concerns-EDE-Q 6.0 .165* .149* .100 .423** .317** .642** .732** .939**    
10. Global Score-EDE-Q 6.0 .171* .147* .111 .448** .339** .775** .856** .963** .951**   
11. Binging behaviours .173* .143* .038 .264** .230** .273** .477** .388** .362** .419**  
12. Purging behaviours .009 .018 −.001 .130 .134 .517** .526** .397** .418** .495** .152*
  1. N = 218
  2. ATQ Adult Temperament Questionnaire, SIPP Severity Indices of Personality Problems-118, BIS-15 Barratt Impulsiveness Scales-15, LPFS Levels of Personality Functioning Scale-Brief Form 2.0, EDE-Q 6.0 Eating Disorder Examination-Questionnaire 6.0
  3. * = p < .05, ** = p < .001