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Table 4 Differences in Spearman’s correlation coefficients between self-stigma, autistic and depressive symptoms, and recovery

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

  ISMI total score Alienation Stereotype endorsement Perceived discrimination Social withdrawal Stigma resistance QIDS RAS
AQ total score 0.475*** 0.393** 0.424*** 0.465*** 0.413*** 0.086 0.554*** −0.462***
Social skills 0.312 0.207 0.242 0.261 0.247 0.252 0.306 −0.458***
Attention switching 0.385** 0.373** 0.366** 0.325 0.346* 0.009 0.474*** −0.295
Attention to detail 0.114 0.133 0.087 0.136 0.137 −0.092 0.069 0.041
Communication skills 0.345* 0.253 0.277 0.411*** 0.303 0.036 0.505*** −0.304
Imagination 0.252 0.21 0.286 0.246 0.182 0.06 0.307 −0.321
QIDS 0.65*** 0.558*** 0.596*** 0.659*** 0.597*** 0.006   −0.56***
RAS −0.574*** −0.422*** − 0.516*** −0.475*** − 0.431*** −0.385** − 0.56***  
  1. The data show Spearman’s rank correlation coefficients
  2. Bold values indicate statistical significance at p < 0.05 level
  3. *p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001
  4. AQ Autism-Spectrum Quotient, IMSI Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness, QIDS Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology, RAS Recovery Assessment Scale