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Table 3 Results of Spearman correlation analyses between Theory of Mind, emotion recognition and the quality of the therapeutic relationship in the patient sample

From: Theory of mind, emotion recognition, delusions and the quality of the therapeutic relationship in patients with psychosis – a secondary analysis of a randomized-controlled therapy trial

 PSQ therapy alliance viewed by the patient (n = 174)TSQ therapy alliance viewed by the therapist (n = 174)TSQ interactional difficulties viewed by the therapist (n = 174)
PSQ therapy alliance.240**−.222**
TSQ therapist alliance.240**−.701**
TSQ interactional difficulties−.222**−.701**
ToM−.014.112−.077
ER total score−.039.347**−.278**
ER fear−.128.186*−.154*
ER anger.009.170*−.078
ER sadness.079.340**−.268
ER disgust.018.262**−.237**
PANSS P1 delusions in general−.042.040.113
PANSS P6 delusions of persecution−.002.100.162
PSYRATS delusional frequency−.039−.136*.254**
PSYRATS delusional distress−.053.003.139*
  1. Notes: ER Emotion recognition, PANSS Positive and Negative Syndrom Scale, PSYRATS Psychotic Symptom Rating scale; PSQ therapy alliance Patient Session Questionnaire, TSQ therapy alliance Therapist session questionnaire; *: p < .05; **: p < .01