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BMC Psychiatry

, 19:109 | Cite as

Correction to: Stability of personality traits over a five-year period in Swedish patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder and nonpsychotic individuals: a study using the Swedish universities scales of personality

  • Tomas FagerbergEmail author
  • Erik Söderman
  • J. Petter Gustavsson
  • Ingrid Agartz
  • Erik G. Jönsson
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Correction

Correction to: BMC Psychiatry

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1617-y

After publication of the original article [1], it was brought to our attention that some of the numbers in Table 3 were incorrectly reported due to data entry errors. The corrected Table 3 can be found below - modified values are marked with bold. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused.
Table 3

Swedish universities Scales of Personality (SSP) raw scores (mean [standard deviation]) and 95% confidence interval (CI) of the difference between baseline and follow-up in patients with psychotic illness and non-psychotic controls

  

N

Somatic Trait Anxiety

Psychic Trait Anxiety

Stress Susceptibility

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

ALL

Patient

36

2.08 (0.48)

2.13 (0.53)

−0.25 – 0.15

2.45 (0.62)

2.36 (0.61)

−0.09 – 0.27

2.46 (0.55)

2.47 (0.53)

−0.19 – 0.16

Control

76

1.58 (0.46)

1.55 (0.45)

−0.06 – 0.12

1.66 (0.50)

1.48 (0.39)

0.11–0.26

1.87 (0.47)

1.82 (0.44)

−0.05 – 0.14

ALL

Men

75

1.68 (0.48)

1.71 (0.56)

−0.14 – 0.08

1.92 (0.68)

1.79 (0.66)

0.04–0.22

2.06 (0.61)

2.02 (0.58)

−0.06 – 0.14

Women

37

1.85 (0.58)

1.78 (0.53)

−0.08 – 0.21

1.90 (0.60)

1.70 (0.55)

0.07–0.34

2.04 (0.46)

2.05 (0.53)

−0.17 – 0.16

PATIENT

Men

28

2.05 (0.39)

2.19 (0.51)

−0.39 – 0.09

2.47 (0.60)

2.43 (0.52)

−0.17 – 0.24

2.48 (0.60)

2.52 (0.46)

−0.24 – 0.17

Women

8

2.21 (0.71)

1.93 (0.57)

0.02–0.55

2.38 (0.71)

2.09 (0.84)

−0.17 – 0.74

2.36 (0.38)

2.30 (0.76)

−0.40 – 0.51

CONTROL

Men

47

1.47 (0.39)

1.43 (0.36)

−0.06 – 0.14

1.60 (0.49)

1.41 (0.37)

0.10–0.28

1.81 (0.47)

1.72 (0.41)

−0.02 – 0.20

Women

29

1.75 (0.51)

1.74 (0.52)

−0.16 – 0.18

1.77 (0.51)

1.59 (0.40)

0.04–0.33

1.96 (0.45)

1.98 (0.44)

−0.21 – 0.17

  

Lack of Assertiveness

Impulsiveness

Adventure Seeking

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

ALL

Patient

2.50 (0.64)

2.43 (0.62)

−0.13 – 0.28

2.33 (0.52)

2.25 (0.51)

−0.07 – 0.23

2.50 (0.58)

2.38 (0.61)

−0.04 – 0.29

Control

1.91 (0.40)

1.87 (0.43)

−0.04 – 0.11

2.30 (0.46)

2.19 (0.47)

0.02–0.20

2.53 (0.52)

2.39 (0.51)

0.07–0.22

ALL

Men

2.12 (0.58)

2.07 (0.61)

−0.06 – 0.16

2.23 (0.47)

2.15 (0.47)

−0.01 – 0.17

2.57 (0.58)

2.42 (0.56)

0.06–0.25

Women

2.06 (0.54)

2.02 (0.44)

− 0.07 – 0.15

2.48 (0.45)

2.34 (0.49)

0.01–0.28

2.42 (0.43)

2.33 (0.50)

− 0.01 – 0.21

PATIENT

Men

2.55 (0.59)

2.48 (0.63)

−0.18 – 0.33

2.28 (0.51)

2.21 (0.52)

−0.12 – 0.24

2.52 (0.62)

2.34 (0.65)

−0.02 – 0.38

Women

2.34 (0.83)

2.27 (0.59)

−0.21 – 0.35

2.52 (0.51)

2.38 (0.48)

−0.22 – 0.49

2.46 (0.39)

2.54 (0.46)

−0.33 – 0.19

CONTROL

Men

1.86 (0.40)

1.83 (0.45)

−0.06 – 0.13

2.19 (0.44)

2.11 (0.44)

−0.02 – 0.20

2.61 (0.55)

2.47 (0.51)

0.04–0.24

Women

1.99 (0.41)

1.95 (0.37)

−0.09 – 0.16

2.47 (0.44)

2.33 (0.50)

−0.00 – 0.30

2.41 (0.44)

2.27 (0.50)

0.02–0.27

  

Detachment

Social Desirability

Embitterment

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

ALL

Patient

2.33 (0.63)

2.31 (0.52)

−0.14 – 0.17

2.77 (0.53)

2.83 (0.45)

−0.24 – 0.13

2.23 (0.50)

2.22 (0.55)

−0.15 – 0.17

Control

1.90 (0.43)

1.85 (0.43)

−0.02 – 0.12

2.83 (0.37)

2.92 (0.35)

−0.15 - -0.03

1.60 (0.41)

1.47 (0.40)

0.05–0.20

ALL

Men

2.16 (0.54)

2.13 (0.49)

−0.05 – 0.12

2.80 (0.43)

2.88 (0.39)

−0.16 – 0.00

1.82 (0.52)

1.72 (0.59)

0.01–0.20

Women

1.78 (0.45)

1.74 (0.42)

−0.09 – 0.18

2.82 (0.42)

2.90 (0.38)

−0.21 – 0.06

1.75 (0.56)

1.69 (0.54)

−0.06 – 0.18

PATIENT

Men

2.41 (0.65)

2.39 (0.50)

−0.14 – 0.20

2.82 (0.56)

2.80 (0.46)

−0.18 – 0.21

2.23 (0.44)

2.23 (0.57)

−0.20 – 0.20

Women

2.04 (0.52)

2.05 (0.53)

−0.51 – 0.48

2.61 (0.42)

2.91 (0.44)

−0.87 – 0.26

2.23 (0.69)

2.17 (0.51)

−0.22 – 0.34

CONTROL

Men

2.02 (0.41)

1.97 (0.42)

−0.05 – 0.13

2.79 (0.34)

2.93 (0.34)

−0.21 - − 0.07

1.58 (0.39)

1.42 (0.34)

0.08–0.25

Women

1.71 (0.41)

1.65 (0.35)

-0.07 – 0.20

2.88 (0.41)

2.90 (0.36)

−0.12 – 0.09

1.62 (0.45)

1.56 (0.47)

−0.08 – 0.20

  

Trait Irritability

Mistrust

  

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

ALL

Patient

2.35 (0.57)

2.13 (0.57)

0.03–0.40

2.26 (0.58)

2.26 (0.52)

− 0.13 – 0.15

  

Control

2.21 (0.48)

2.03 (0.49)

0.09–0.26

1.75 (0.50)

1.60 (0.47)

0.06–0.24

  

ALL

Men

2.26 (0.49)

2.04 (0.53)

0.12–0.31

1.97 (0.56)

1.86 (0.57)

0.02–0.21

  

Women

2.24 (0.55)

2.11 (0.50)

−0.03 – 0.29

1.81 (0.59)

1.72 (0.58)

−0.03 – 0.21

  

PATIENT

Men

2.36 (0.56)

2.16 (0.53)

0.01–0.38

2.28 (0.58)

2.25 (0.53)

−0.14 – 0.21

  

Women

2.32 (0.66)

2.04 (0.74)

−0.37 – 0.94

2.20 (0.62)

2.29 (0.55)

−0.24 – 0.07

  

CONTROL

Men

2.20 (0.45)

1.97 (0.51)

0.11–0.34

1.79 (0.47)

1.62 (0.47)

0.05–0.28

  

Women

2.22 (0.53)

2.13 (0.43)

−0.05 – 0.22

1.70 (0.54)

1.56 (0.49)

−0.01 -0.29

  
  

Verbal Trait Aggression

Physical Trait Aggression

  

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

Baseline

Follow-up

CI

ALL

Patient

2.01 (0.64)

2.00 (0.55)

−0.19 – 0.20

1.71 (0.57)

1.84 (0.60)

−0.31 – 0.07

  

Control

2.15 (0.47)

1.96 (0.46)

0.10–0.28

1.93 (0.57)

1.67 (0.54)

0.17–0.35

  

ALL

Men

2.12 (0.53)

2.02 (0.52)

−0.01 – 0.21

1.92 (0.60)

1.81 (0.59)

0.00–0.23

  

Women

2.07 (0.55)

1.88 (0.43)

0.04–0.33

1.73 (0.53)

1.55 (0.46)

0.01–0.33

  

PATIENT

Men

2.03 (0.62)

2.07 (0.58)

−0.26 – 0.18

1.76 (0.59)

1.86 (0.66)

−0.33 – 0.13

  

Women

1.95 (0.74)

1.79 (0.38)

−0.37 – 0.69

1.54 (0.47)

1.74 (0.39)

−0.57 – 0.16

  

CONTROL

Men

2.18 (0.46)

2.00 (0.48)

0.07–0.31

2.02 (0.58)

1.78 (0.55)

0.14–0.35

  

Women

2.10 (0.50)

1.91 (0.44)

0.04–0.34

1.78 (0.54)

1.50 (0.47)

0.11–0.44

  

Reference

  1. 1.
    Fagerberg, et al. Stability of personality traits over a five-year period in Swedish patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder and nonpsychotic individuals: a study using the Swedish universities scales of personality. BMC Psychiatry. 2018;18:54.  https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1617-y.CrossRefPubMedPubMedCentralGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tomas Fagerberg
    • 1
    Email author
  • Erik Söderman
    • 1
  • J. Petter Gustavsson
    • 2
  • Ingrid Agartz
    • 1
    • 3
    • 4
  • Erik G. Jönsson
    • 1
    • 3
  1. 1.Human Brain Informatics (HUBIN), Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Centre for Psychiatric Research, Psychiatry SectionKarolinska Institutet and HospitalStockholmSweden
  2. 2.Division of Psychology, Department of Clinical NeuroscienceKarolinska InstitutetStockholmSweden
  3. 3.NORMENT, KG Jebsen Centre for Psychosis Research, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Psychiatry SectionUniversity of OsloOsloNorway
  4. 4.Department of Psychiatric ResearchDiakonhjemmet HospitalOsloNorway

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