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Does Personality Predict Depression and Use of an Internet-Based Intervention for Depression among Adolescents?

Table 4

Hierarchical multiple regression analysis of CES-D scores as a function of JTCI facet scales after controlling for age and gender ( ).

CorrelatesStandardized beta coefficients
Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 4Model 5Model 6Model 7Model 8Model 9Model 10Model 11Model 12

SD4: self-striving−.608***−.427****−.310****−.285****−.273****−.272****−.259****−.258****−.241****−.240****−.243****
SD2: lack of goal direction−.306****−.298****−.296****−.285****−.297****−.291****−.283****−.278****−.268****−.277****
HA1: anticipatory worry.214****.189****.202****.196****.191****.193****.167****.164****.157****
ST1: self-forgetfulness.099****.092****.087****.080****.
RD4: independence−.080****−.088****−.089****−.086****−.089****−.084****−.080****
CO2: empathy.****.061
HA4: fatigability.
NS4: disorderliness.
HA2 fear of uncertainty.067.077.089
ST2: transpersonal identification−.055−.054
SD3: resourcefulness.057


CES-D: Centre for Epidemiological studies-Depression Scale; JTCI: The Junior Temperament and Character Inventory. For age, Gender, and the evaluation of statistics, ; ; . For the JTCI facets Bonferroni adjustments were made on the critical level, .

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