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Table 2 Mean and standard deviations for patient characteristics and their correlations with RSES.

From: Self-esteem is associated with premorbid adjustment and positive psychotic symptoms in early psychosis

  Mean SD RSES
RSES 22.81 6.14 1.00
Age 25.79 7.70 0.08
Gender 1.33 0.47 -0.41**
PAS    
   Childhood social 2.76 3.22 -0.27**
   Childhood academic 3.96 2.93 -0.19*
   Early adolescence social 3.56 3.30 -0.30**
   Early adolescence academic 4.93 2.90 -0.22*
PANSS    
   P1 Delusions 3.85 1.32 -0.17
   P2 Disorganized 1.95 1.17 0.14
   P3 Hallucination 3.24 1.65 -0.29**
   P4 Excitement 1.91 1.05 -0.04
   P5 Grandiosity 1.68 1.34 0.09
   P6 Suspiciousness 3.33 1.50 -0.30**
   P7 Hostility 1.45 0.80 -0.13
   N1 Blunted affect 2.46 1.37 0.07
   N2 Emotional withdrawal 2.59 1.19 0.13
   N3 Poor rapport 2.22 1.27 0.24*
   N4 Apathetic social withdrawal 2.83 1.46 0.14
   N5 Abstract thinking 2.38 1.34 0.12
   N6 Lack of flow 2.22 1.43 0.15
   N7 Stereotyped thinking 1.58 0.93 0.25**
Depression MDE 1.79 0.41 0.28
  1. **. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).
  2. *. Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed).
  3. Abbreviations:
  4. RSES; Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale
  5. PAS; Premorbid Adjustment Scale
  6. PANSS; Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale
  7. MDE; Major Depressive Episode