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Table 5 Correlations between the PID-5-BF and full-length PID-5

From: Personality inventory for DSM-5 brief form(PID-5-BF) in Chinese students and patients: evaluating the five-factor model and a culturally informed six-factor model

PID-5-BF domains 220-item PID-5 domains
NA De An Ps Di
Normal sample (N = 3985)
 NA 0.64a 0.35a 0.33a 0.40a 0.52a
 IR 0.58a 0.03 0.32a 0.26a 0.28a
 De 0.37a 0.86a 0.30a 0.47a 0.43a
 An 0.37a 0.40a 0.75a 0.53a 0.43a
 Ps 0.57a 0.49a 0.46a 0.85a 0.54a
 Di 0.47a 0.32a 0.27a 0.40a 0.82a
Clinical sample (N = 395)
 NA 0.69a 0.31a 0.17a 0.30a 0.53a
 IR 0.54a −0.05a 0.29a 0.23a 0.26a
 De 0.40a 0.91a 0.12a 0.43a 0.49a
 An 0.21a 0.30a 0.73a 0.35a 0.27a
 Ps 0.58a 0.50a 0.37a 0.88a 0.55a
 Di 0.51a 0.34a 0.20a 0.44a 0.84a
  1. NA Negative Affect, IR Interpersonal Relationships, De Detachment, An Antagonism, Ps Psychoticism, Di Disinhibition. Bold presents the highest correlation coefficient in each row
  2. aCorrelation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)