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Table 3 Pearson's correlation coefficients between FMI (one-dimensional), FMI (two-dimensional: subscales Presence and Acceptance) and the selected psychological constructs according to the sub-samples of responders.

From: Validation of a French version of the Freiburg Mindfulness Inventory - short version: relationships between mindfulness and stress in an adult population

  Predicted negative correlations Predicted positive correlations
Scales and subscales PSS (n = 209) PANAS-Negative
affect (n = 200)
PANAS-Positive
affect (n = 200)
Self-Efficacy (n = 206)
FMI-Mindfulness -.56* -.32* .53* .43*
Controlled by SE(1) -.54* -.28* .32* .42*
FMI-Presence (6 items) -.47* -.22* .48* .42*
Controlled by SE(1) -.46* -.22* .38* .42*
Controlled by the sub-factor Acceptance(1) -.34** -.32** .31** -.05
FMI-Acceptance (8 items) -.46* -.32* .46* .34*
Controlled by SE(1) -.46* -.30* .38* .33*
Controlled by the sub-factor Presence(1) -.32** -.37** -.25** .17*
  1. * p < .01, ** p < .001
  2. (1): Pearson's partial correlation coefficients between mindfulness scale and subscales and the selected psychological constructs controlled by self-report of Stressful Events (SE). Partial correlations between FMI subscales (either Presence or Acceptance) and the selected psychological constructs with controlling for the respective other FMI subscale.