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Table 3 Correlations of RAS-8 and its two subscales with other variables

From: Validation of an 8-item Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS-8) for people with schizophrenia in China

Variables 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. RAS-8 1.00          
2. Goal and success orientation 0.93** 1.00         
3. No domination by symptoms 0.83** 0.59** 1.00        
4. Symptoms(BPRS-18)  − 0.24**  − 0.18**  − 0.27** 1.00       
5. Disability (WHODAS 2.0-12)  − 0.30**  − 0.26**  − 0.31** 0.43** 1.00      
6. Depression (PHQ-9)  − 0.16**  − 0.10*  − 0.22** 0.46** 0.45** 1.00     
7. Anxiety (GAD-7)  − 0.14**  − 0.08*  − 0.20** 0.47** 0.40** 0.75** 1.00    
8. Functioning (GAF) 0.26** 0.21** 0.29**  − 0.58**  − 0.43**  − 0.36**  − 0.31** 1.00   
9. Quality of life (WHOQOL-BREF-1) 0.39** 0.37** 0.36**  − 0.41**  − 0.35**  − 0.35**  − 0.36** 0.35** 1.00  
10. General Health (WHOQOL-BREF-2) 0.34** 0.27** 0.38**  − 0.45**  − 0.37**  − 0.48**  − 0.49** 0.37** 0.71** 1.00**
  1. Spearman correlation using pairwise deletion for missing values
  2. RAS-8 8-item Recovery Assessment Scale, BPRS-18 18-item Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale, WHODAS 2.0-12 12-item World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0, PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire-9, GAD-7 Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale-7, GAF Global Assessment of Functioning, WHOQOL-BREF-1 The first question of the World Health Organization Quality of life brief scale, WHOQOL-BREF-2 The second question of the World Health Organization Quality of life brief scale
  3. *P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01