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Table 1 Correlations, means, and standard deviations of the variables in the study (males with stressful event N = 73, females with stressful event N = 73)

From: Intra- and interpersonal emotion regulation and adjustment symptoms in couples: The role of co-brooding and co-reappraisal

Measure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1. preoccupation ADNM 0.42** 0.38** 0.35** 0.02 0.08 −0.09
2. failure to adapt ADNM 0.59** 0.45** 0.36** −0.12 0.19 () −0.05
3. depression CES-D 0.49** 0.70** 0.40** −0.11 0.38** −0.11
4. Co-brooding IER 0.23* 0.36** 0.29* −0.15 0.15 0.02
5. Co-reappraisal IER −0.29* −0.31** −0.43** −0.34* −0.22 0.24
6. brooding RSQ 0.29* 0.32** 0.42** 0.12 −0.25* −0.29**
7. reappraisal ERQ −0.06 −0.11 −0.08 −0.20 () 0.17 −0.07
r male with partner .25* .46* .05 .04 .01
r female with partner .24* .45* −.01 −.14 .03
M (SD) male 7.38 (2.68) 4.14 (1.75) 12.15 (7.95) .80 (.67) 2.79 (1.05) 9.74 (3.1) 4.17 (1.18)
M (SD) female 8.68 (3.03) 4.25 (1.73) 13 (8.57) 1.05 (.79) 3.1 (.90) 10.55 (3.25) 4.31 (1.13)
  1. Note: Intercorrelations for the male sample reporting a stressful event (N = 73) are presented above the diagonal, and intercorrelations for the female sample reporting a stressful event (N = 73) are presented below the diagonal. ADNM adjustment disorder new module, CES-D center of epidemiological studies –depression inventory, IER interpersonal emotion regulation questionnaire, RSQ response style questionnaire, ERQ emotion regulation questionnaire. () p < .10. *p < .05. **p < .01