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Research Article

To Approach or to Avoid? Motivation Differentially Mediates the Effect of Hardiness on Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Military Personnel

Table 1

The hardiness personality, avoidance motivation, and depressive symptoms of the military community.

Soldiers (M±S.D.)Cadets (M±S.D.)t (P)

Age15~321.30 ± 1.89--
Gender (male/female)98/0135/5--
Education (middle school/high school/junior college/university)26/64/7/10/0/0/140--
DRS41.58±5.8143.20±4.05-2.38
BAS-drive11.33±2.2712.40±1.84-3.85
BAS-reward responsiveness12.35±2.0413.32±1.62-4.07
BAS-fun seeking13.72±2.6915.03±1.98-4.08
BIS13.50±3.2518.74±2.95-12.91
Z_CES-D/Z_BDI-0.0007±1.010.004±1.00-0.04

Note: P<0.05, P<0.01, and P<0.001. The age range (1=15~20 years; 2=21~25 years; 3=26~30 years; 4=31~35 years; 5=36 years and above) was collected. DRS=Dispositional Resilience Scale; BAS=Behavioral Activation Scale; BIS=Behavioral Inhibition Scale; Z_CES-D=Z value of CES-D (Center for Epidemiological Survey Depression Scale) total score; Z_BDI=Z value of BDI (Beck Depression Inventory) total score.

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