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Table 6 Correlations between PID-5-BF domains and the six DSM-4 PDs retained in Section III of the DSM-5 and measured by PDQ-4 +

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 DSM-4 PDs in Section III of the DSM-5
Normal sample (N = 7155)
 TS 0.35a 0.28a 0.53a 0.39a 0.48a 0.35a
 NA 0.20a 0.18a 0.43a 0.27a 0.33a 0.25a
 IR 0.13a 0.12a 0.23a 0.29a 0.26a 0.19a
 De 0.24a 0.05a 0.31a 0.17a 0.36a 0.24a
 An 0.29a 0.26a 0.27a 0.33a 0.23a 0.21a
 Ps 0.39a 0.22a 0.44a 0.34a 0.37a 0.33a
 Di 0.13a 0.28a 0.40a 0.22a 0.32a 0.16a
Clinical sample (N = 231)
 TS 0.44a 0.40a 0.66a 0.28a 0.43a 0.21a
 NA 0.24a 0.19a 0.43a 0.14a 0.35a 0.21a
 IR 0.11a 0.06a 0.25a 0.30a 0.24a 0.13a
 De 0.22a 0.10a 0.43a 0.02a 0.31a 0.12a
 An 0.23a 0.36a 0.23a 0.32a 0.07a 0.06a
 Ps 0.46a 0.30a 0.49a 0.24a 0.22a 0.23a
 Di 0.20a 0.41a 0.46a 0.12a 0.34a −0.00a
  1. NA Negative Affect, IR Interpersonal Relationships, De Detachment, An Antagonism, Ps Psychoticism, Di Disinhibition, TS Total Score, STPD schizotypal personality disorder, ASPD antisocial personality disorder, BPD borderline personality disorder, NPD narcissistic personality disorder, AVPD avoidant personality disorder, OCPD, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
  2. Bold means suggested domains of each personality disorder in DSM-5;
  3. aCorrelation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)