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Correction to: Preliminary Validation of the self-report Measure Assessing Experiences of Negative Independent and Dependent Event Frequency in Japanese University Students

Auteurs: Akira Hasegawa, Shin-ichi Oura, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Yoshihiko Kunisato, Yoshikazu Fukui

Gepubliceerd in: Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy

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Supplementary Information

The online version contains supplementary material available at https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s10942-022-00485-9.

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The original version of the article was published online first without correcting some issues. The institution of first author (Akira Hasegawa) is Department of Psychology, International University of Health and Welfare. Faculty of Human Relations, Tokai Gakuin University is not the current institution of first author, and therefore, has been deleted.
For items with correlation coefficients of less than 0.20 with reassurance-seeking behaviors in Table 3, their correlations and 95% confidence intervals need to be marked with a gray marker. Similarly, for an item with a correlation coefficient of less than 0.20 with inattention in Table 4, and for items with correlation coefficients of 0.20 or more with reassurance-seeking behaviors and inattention in Table 5, their correlations and 95% confidence intervals need to be marked with a gray marker. Furthermore, one of 95% confidence intervals in Table 4 (i.e., [–0.14, 0.16]) and a correlation coefficient (i.e., − 0.02) in Table 5 were written on two lines in the original version of the article. These values should be written on one line. These issues have been corrected with this erratum.
In addition, the second line from the top left of Table 1 is superfluous and has been removed. Furthermore, the names of the variables in Tables 2 and 6 were incorrectly broken and have been corrected.
The Supplementary Material 1 has been removed as it is a file that did not need to be uploaded online. In table S1 of the Supplementary Material 2 (since the Supplementary Material 1 was deleted, “the Supplementary Material 2” was moved up to become “the Supplementary Material 1” in the revised article), t-value of “Depressive symptoms” was significant at the 5% level but not at the 1% level. Therefore, the t-value for this variable went from two asterisks to one.
Table 1
Descriptive statistics of study measures
 
n
M
SD
Range
Skewness
 
Kurtosis
 
Statistic
SE
 
Statistic
SE
Negative interpersonal dependent events
240
 
38.97
 
11.18
 
25–70
 
0.62
 
0.16
  
–0.61
 
0.31
 
Negative non-interpersonal dependent events
243
 
25.22
 
6.05
 
14–48
 
0.67
 
0.16
  
0.46
 
0.31
 
Negative independent events
243
 
32.58
 
7.63
 
20–60
 
0.77
 
0.16
  
0.26
 
0.31
 
Depressive symptoms
240
 
13.65
 
10.63
 
0–52
 
1.12
 
0.16
  
1.13
 
0.31
 
Reassurance-seeking behaviors
244
 
22.58
 
8.08
 
6–40
 
–0.26
 
0.16
  
–0.48
 
0.31
 
Inattention
242
 
15.68
 
5.77
 
0–34
 
0.30
 
0.16
  
0.54
 
0.31
 
Lack of perseverance
246
 
23.71
 
4.90
 
12–39
 
0.10
 
0.16
  
0.11
 
0.31
 
Note: Negative interpersonal dependent events, negative non–interpersonal dependent events, and negative independent events are subscale scores on the Negative Independent/Dependent Events Scale. Depressive symptoms mean total score on the Beck Depression Inventory-Second Edition. Reassurance-seeking behaviors means a subscale score on the Revised Japanese Version of the Reassurance-Seeking Scale. Inattention means a subscale score on the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale. Lack of perseverance means a subscale score on the UPPS-P Impulsive Behavior Scale
Table 2
Correlations between variables (N = 247)
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
1. Negative interpersonal dependent events
          
2. Negative non-interpersonal dependent events
0.69
 
        
[0.63, 0.76]
        
3. Negative independent events
0.69
 
0.68
 
      
[0.62, 0.75]
[0.61, 0.74]
      
4. Depressive symptoms
0.45
 
0.47
 
0.33
 
    
[0.35, 0.55]
[0.37, 0.57]
[0.22, 0.44]
    
5. Reassurance-seeking behaviors
0.45
 
0.42
 
0.33
 
0.43
 
  
[0.35, 0.55]
[0.32, 0.52]
[0.22, 0.44]
[0.33, 0.54]
  
6. Inattention
0.45
 
0.61
 
0.38
 
0.56
 
0.40
 
[0.35, 0.55]
[0.53, 0.69]
[0.26, 0.49]
[0.47, 0.65]
[0.29, 0.51]
7. Lack of perseverance
0.16
 
0.22
 
0.10
 
0.19
 
0.10
 
0.38
 
[0.04, 0.28]
[0.10, 0.34]
[–0.02, 0.23]
[0.070., 0.31]
[–0.03, 0.22]
[0.27, 0.49]
Note: Absolute correlations greater than 0.16 are significant at p < .05. Numbers in parentheses indicate 95% confidence intervals
Table 3
Negative interpersonal dependent events items (English translations)
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Table 4
Negative non-interpersonal dependent events items (English translations)
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Table 5
Negative independent events items (English translations)
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Table 6
Short Negative Independent/Dependent Events Scale’s correlations with other scales (N = 247)
 
1
2
3
1. Negative interpersonal dependent events (15 items)
    
2. Negative non-interpersonal dependent events (12 items)
0.66
 
  
[0.59, 0.73]
  
3. Negative independent events (9 items)
0.53
 
0.52
 
[0.44, 0.62]
[0.43, 0.61]
4. Depressive symptoms
0.51
 
0.45
 
0.27
 
[0.42, 0.61]
[0.35, 0.55]
[0.15, 0.38]
5. Reassurance-seeking behaviors
0.49
 
0.41
 
0.26
 
[0.39, 0.58]
[0.31, 0.51]
[0.14, 0.38]
6. Inattention
0.48
 
0.61
 
0.29
 
[0.39, 0.58]
[0.53, 0.69]
[0.18, 0.41]
7. Lack of perseverance
0.16
 
0.20
 
0.07
 
[0.04, 0.28]
[0.08, 0.32]
[–0.06, 0.19]
Note: Absolute correlations that was 0.16 or greater were significant at p < .05. Numbers in parentheses indicate 95% confidence intervals
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Titel
Correction to: Preliminary Validation of the self-report Measure Assessing Experiences of Negative Independent and Dependent Event Frequency in Japanese University Students
Auteurs
Akira Hasegawa
Shin-ichi Oura
Tetsuya Yamamoto
Yoshihiko Kunisato
Yoshikazu Fukui
Publicatiedatum
05-12-2022
Uitgeverij
Springer US
Gepubliceerd in
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
Print ISSN: 0894-9085
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-6563
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10942-022-00485-9