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Table 3 Bivariate correlations between self-stigma, autistic and depressive symptoms, and recovery with patient characteristics

From: Mediating effects of self-stigma and depression on the association between autistic symptoms and recovery in patients with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: a cross-sectional study

  Age Age of onset Number of hospitalizations Years of education Antipsychotci dose
ISMI total score −0.069 − 0.151 0.017 0.088 0.105
Alienation −0.147 −0.176 0.006 0.067 0.086
Stereotype endorsement 0.041 −0.136 0.081 0.077 0.162
Perceived discrimination −0.119 −0.223 0.046 0.078 0.131
Social withdrawal −0.078 −0.106 0.021 0.044 0.118
Stigma resistance 0.024 0.088 0.02 0.017 −0.104
AQ total score −0.171 − 0.34* 0.005 − 0.03 0.268
Social skills −0.085 −0.201 − 0.206 −0.119 0.04
Attention switching −0.068 −0.309 0.076 −0.038 0.261
Attention to detail −0.088 −0.167 0.214 −0.022 0.09
Communication skills −0.244 −0.272 − 0.064 −0.008 0.217
Imagination −0.062 −0.116 0.012 0.054 0.169
QIDS −0.073 −0.349* 0.084 −0.012 0.267
RAS −0.007 0.124 −0.049 −0.032 − 0.068
  1. The data show Spearman’s rank correlation coefficients
  2. Bold values indicate statistical significance at p < 0.05 level
  3. *p < 0.05
  4. AQ Autism-Spectrum Quotient, IMSI Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness, QIDS Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology, RAS Recovery Assessment Scale