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Table 2 Means, standard deviations, and correlations with confidence intervals

From: Narcissistic traits in young people and how experiencing shame relates to current attachment challenges

Variable M SD 1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Grandiose narcissism 2.77 0.76       
2. Vulnerable narcissism 2.22 0.82 .65**      
    [.59, .71]      
3. Secure attachment 55.57 25.29 −.09 −.36**     
    [−.19, .02] [−.44, −.26]     
4. Dismissive-avoidant attachment 53.22 25.42 .09 .06 −.03    
    [−.01, .20] [−.05, .16] [−.13, .08]    
5. Preoccupied attachment 37.39 26.16 .25** .34** −.06 −.12*   
    [.15, .35] [.24, .43] [−.17, .04] [−.23, −.02]   
6. Fearful-avoidant attachment 49.14 30.48 .17** .37** −.48** .16** .23**  
    [.06, .27] [.27, .46] [−.56, −.40] [.06, .26] [.13, .33]  
7. Experience of shame 2.23 0.60 .30** .50** −.32** .02 .29** .34**
    [.20, .40] [.41, .58] [−.41, −.21] [−.09, .13] [.19, .39] [.24, .43]
  1. Note. M and SD are used to represent mean and standard deviation, respectively. Values in square brackets indicate the 95% confidence interval
  2. * p-values are denoted as follows: * indicates p < .05. ** indicates p < .01