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Table 3 Correlations and semipartial correlations among PPMI scale and subscales, and hypothesised criterion variables (Study 3)

From: The Prejudice towards People with Mental Illness (PPMI) scale: structure and validity

  PPMI Fear/Avoidance Malevolence Authoritarianism Unpredictability
r r sr r sr r sr r sr
SDO .52** .38*** −.003 .60*** .51*** .41*** .08* .14** .07
RWA .39*** .24*** −.14*** .29*** .17*** .42*** .25*** .29*** .16***
Agreeableness −.16** −.20*** −.19*** −.23** −.14** −.05 .11* .08 .11*
Openness to Experience −.15*** −.16*** −.11* −.19** −.12** −.08 .05 .01 .04
People Who Have Schizophrenia −.43*** −.44*** −.25*** −.27*** −.08* −.31*** .03 −.26*** −.10*
People Who Have Depression −.44*** −.41*** −.17*** −.42*** −.24*** −.32*** −.01 −.13** −.01
People Who Have Never Had MI −.06 −.06 −.03 −.26*** −.23*** −.004 .05 .18*** .14**
Contact −.20*** −.41*** −.26*** −.10* .04 −.13** .06 −.08 .03
  1. N = 495. * p < .05. ** p < .01. *** p < .001. The p values of the semipartial correlations are based on significance tests of the B coefficients obtained from the same regression analyses as the semipartial correlations