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Research Article

Social-Cognitive Bias and Depressive Symptoms in Outpatients with Bipolar Disorder

Table 6

Correlation between global functioning (GAF, FAST) and depressive symptomatology with scores in the AIHQ subscales.

AIAQHBAIAQISAIAQASAIAQAIAQABGAFFASTHAM-DYMRS

GAFPearson−.216−.334**−.268*−.154−.281*1
Sig. (bilateral).077.005.027.209.020

FASTPearson.121.228.068.057.187−.434**1
Sig. (bilateral).320.059.578.642.123.000

HAM-DPearson.364**.339**.316**.196.436**−.641**.431**1
Sig. (bilateral).002.005.009.109.000.000.000

YMRSPearson.012.145.135−.049.033−.478**.257**.191
Sig. (bilateral).923.237.272.693.786.000.034.12

**Significant correlation at level  .01 (bilateral).
*Significant correlation at level  .05 (bilateral).

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