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Table 2 Associations between childhood trauma, temperamental traits and mindfulness facets

From: Exploring the relation between childhood trauma, temperamental traits and mindfulness in borderline personality disorder

  FFMQ
  Observing Describing Acting with Awareness Non-Judging Non- Reactivity
CTQ – SF subscales      
 Emotional Abuse .16 −.01 −.05 −.10 −.03
 Physical Abuse .17 .00 .06 −.06 −.06
 Sexual Abuse −.03 .09 −.25* −.27* −.10
 Emotional Neglect .89 −.08 .01 .07 .11
 Physical Neglect .17 .04 −.08 −.17 .02
ZKPQ subscales      
 ImpSS .15 −.07 −.19 −.27** −.05
 N-Anx .03 −.17 −.49** −.53** −.23*
 Agg-Host −.11 −.01 −.01 −.04 .03
 Act .20 .06 .00 −.11 .07
 Sy .12 .11 .01 −.00 .13
  1. CTQ-SF Childhood Trauma Questionnaire – Short Form, ZKPQ Zuckerman Kuhlman Personality Questionnaire, ImpSS impulsive-sensation seeking, N-Anx neuroticism-anxiety, Agg-Host aggression-hostility, Act activity, Sy sociability, FFMQ Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire
  2. *p < .05; **p < .01