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Table 4 Correlation between the OFS and measures of depression, anxiety, worry, hopelessness, positive and negative affect, self-esteem, self-efficacy, future expectations, optimism, and psychological wellbeing

From: Development and validation of the openness to the future scale: a prospective protective factor

  ODSIS OASIS PSWQ BHS PA NA RSES GSES LOT-R PE NE BP-A BP
EM
BP
PG
BP
PR
BP
PL
BP
SA
GP −.23** −.25** −.27** −.46** .53** −.37** .33** .50** .54** .44** −.34** .38** .41** .51** .29** .59** .28**
CP −.44** −.41** −.40** −.74** .58** −.49** .56** .57** .67** .60** −.48** .41** .63** .67** .43** .76** .33**
  1. GP General population, CP Clinical population, ODSIS Overall Depression Severity and Impairment Scale, OASIS Overall Anxiety Severity and Impairment Scale, PSWQ Penn State Worry Questionnaire, BHS Beck Hopelessness Scale, PA and NA positive and negative affect scale, RSES Rosenberg self-esteem scale, GSES General self-efficacy total scale, LOT-R Life Orientation Test, PE and NE positive and negative future expectations, BP-A Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being, autonomy subscale, BP-EM environmental mastery subscale, BP-PG personal growth subscale, BP-PR positive relations with others subscale, BP-PL purpose in life subscale, BP-SA self-acceptance subscale
  2. ** p < .01