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Table 6 Bivariate correlations between TFS/I, LOT-R and SWLS

From: Validation study of the Italian version of Temporal Focus Scale: psychometric properties and convergent validity

N = 453 M (SD) SKE (SE) KUR (SE) PA CU FU LOT-R SWLS
TFS
PA 3.92 (1.09) .884 (.115) .161 (.229) 1     
CU 5.17 (1.09) − .303 (.115) − .182 (.229) − .135** 1    
     [.04, − .22]     
FU 4.50 (1.28) .039 (.115) − .557 (.229) .238** .073 1   
     [.32, .15] [.16, − .02]    
LOT-R
LOT-R 20.96 (4.38) .619 (.115) .432 (.229) − .094* .282** − .003 1  
     [− .01, − .18] [.36, .19] [.09, − .09]   
SWLS
SWLS 4.65 (1.31) − .350 (.115) − .635 (.229) − .175** .345** − .071 .345** 1
     [− .08, − .26] [.42, .26] [.02, − .16] [.42, .26]  
  1. TFS temporal focus scale, PA past focus, CU current focus, FU future focus, LOT-R life orientation test, SWLS satisfaction with life scale
  2. **Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)
  3. *Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed). For BDI-II and LOT-R Spearman’s correlation has been used. Values in square brackets indicate the 95% confidence interval for each correlation