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Correction to: Maternal personality disorder symptoms in primary health care: associations with mother–toddler interactions at one-year follow-up

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  • 2,
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BMC Psychiatry201818:387

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1962-x

  • Received: 23 November 2018
  • Accepted: 23 November 2018
  • Published:

The original article was published in BMC Psychiatry 2018 18:198

Correction to: BMC Psychiatry (2018) 18:198

DOI: 10.1186/s12888-018-1789-5

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors notified us of an error in the data presented in Table 2: the DIP-Q subscales show an incorrect scale.

The corrected Table 2 is presented below.
Table 2

Sample clinical characteristics at baseline and at one-year follow-up

Baseline

Follow up

 
 

All participants

Attrition group

Remaining group

Personality disorder symptoms

n

mean

sd

n

mean

sd

n

mean

sd

n

mean

sd

cut off (diagnosis)

n (%) with symptoms over cut off

Scale range

Avoidant

122

1.93

1.95

28

2.29

2.56

94

1.82

1.85

≥ 4

26 (21.3)

0–7

Dependent

122

1.81

1.88

28

2.61 ***

2.39

94

1.57 ***

1.64

≥ 5

13 (10.7)

0–9

Obsessive-compulsive

122

3.88

1.74

28

4.00

1.89

94

3.84

1.70

≥ 4

69 (56.6)

0–9

Paranoid

122

1.34

1.60

28

2.04 ***

2.03

94

1.14 ***

1.40

≥ 4

8 (6.6)

0–8

Schizoid

122

0.73

0.97

28

0.68

0.86

94

0.75

1.00

≥ 4

1 (0.8)

0–8

Schizotypal

122

0.41

1.66

28

2.04

1.88

94

1.22

1.55

≥ 5

10 (8.2)

0–11

Antisocial

122

0.85

0.85

28

0.86

0.85

94

0.85

0.94

≥ 3

6 (4.9)

0–10

Borderline

122

2.48

2.15

28

3.61 ***

2.69

94

2.14 ***

1.85

≥ 5

19 (15.6)

0–17

Histrionic

122

1.25

1.22

28

1.39

1.17

94

1.21

1.24

≥ 5

1 (0.8)

0–8

Narcissistic

122

0.86

1.05

28

1.29 **

1.33

94

0.73 **

0.87

≥ 5

1 (0.8)

0–10

Impairment and distress

122

0.66

1.03

28

0.80 *

1.26

94

0.63 *

0.96

≥ 2

20 (16.4)

0–5

Depressive symptoms

118

12.11

8.64

24

15.96 *

11.23

94

10.99 **

7.84

85

8.74 ***

7.05

0–63

EAS subscales

Maternal sensitivity

152

22.41

5.12

42

21.48

4.94

110

22.77

5.16

110

25.29 ***

3.92

7–29

Maternal structuring

152

23.26

4.50

42

22.38

4.29

110

23.60

4.55

110

25.90 ***

3.39

7–29

Maternal non-hostility

152

26.01

3.58

42

24.92 *

4.18

110

26.44 *

3.24

110

27.32 ***

2.50

7–29

Maternal non-intrusiveness

152

22.24

5.72

42

21.26

6.16

110

22.63

5.52

110

25.27 ***

4.34

7–29

Child responsiveness

152

22.66

5.36

42

21.59

5.06

110

23.07

5.43

110

25.70 ***

4.08

7–29

Child involvement

152

22.43

5.94

42

20.50

5.97

110

21.79

5.92

110

25.11 ***

4.71

7–29

Maternal personality disorder symptoms measured with the DIP-Q (DSM IV and ICD-10 Personality Questionnaire)

* = p < 0.05, ** = p < 0.01, *** = p < 0.001 (independent samples t-tests of characteristics in attrition compared to remaining groups in baseline sample, and paired sample t-tests comparing characteristics of remaining and follow up groups)

Notes

Declarations

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Department of Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), N-7491 Trondheim, Norway
(2)
Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare – Central Norway, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway
(3)
Division of Psychiatry, St Olavs Hospital, Trondheim University Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
(4)
The Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Eastern and Southern Norway, Oslo, Norway

Reference

  1. Høivik, et al. Maternal personality disorder symptoms in primary health care: associations with mother–toddler interactions at one-year follow-up. 2018;18:198. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1789-5.

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