The moderating effect of dispositional mindfulness in the relationship between depressive symptoms, borderline personality traits and suicidal ideation among young adults.

[The moderating effect of dispositional mindfulness in the relationship between depressive symptoms, borderline personality traits and suicidal ideation among young adults]. Encephale. 2020 Jan 09;: Authors: Chassagne J, Bronchain J, Raynal P, Chabrol H Abstract OBJECTIVES: The aim of the study was to evaluate the influence of dispositional mindfulness on suicidal ideation and its moderating effect on the relationships between depressive symptoms and borderline personality traits, and suicidal ideation. METHODS: A sample of 1034 students from France (818 women, mean age=20.1±2; 216 men, mean age=20.6±2.2) completed the Five Facets Mindfulness Questionnaire-Short Form (FFMQ-SF), assessing dispositional mindfulness, the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) assessing depression symptoms; the borderline personality disorder scale of the Personality Disorder Questionnaire-4th Edition (PDQ-4), and the three-item scale measuring suicidal ideation proposed by Garrison et al. (1991). RESULTS: At least occasional wish to kill oneself was reported by 11% of men and 10% of women. Thirty-eight percent of men and 47% of women had moderate to severe depressive symptoms (P
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