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Table 7 Genetic and Environmental Correlations between SWB and psychopathology, with their 95 % confidence intervals

From: Exploring the Association Between Well-Being and Psychopathology in Adolescents

  SWB
Males Females
rg re rg re
Withdrawn/depressed −0.63 (−0.72, −0.53) −0.27 (−0.32, −0.21) −0.74 (−0.80, −0.68) −0.30 (−0.36, −0.26)
Somatic complaints −0.36 (−0.48, −0.25) −0.10 (−0.16, −0.04) −0.53 (−0.61, −0.46) −0.18 (−0.23, −0.12)
Anxious/depressed −0.67 (−0.75, −0.58) −0.30 (−0.35, −0.25) −0.76 (−0.81, −0.72) −0.42 (−0.46, −0.37)
Rule-breaking behavior −0.36 (−0.47, −0.26) −0.05 (−0.11, 0.01) −0.47 (−0.54, −0.41) −0.04 (−0.09, 0.02)
Aggressive behavior −0.38 (−0.49, −0.29) −0.03 (−0.09, 0.03) −0.39 (−0.46, −0.33) −0.15 (−0.21, −0.10)
Social problem −0.52 (−0.62, −0.41) −0.15 (−0.20, −0.09) −0.50 (−0.58, −0.43) −0.17 (−0.22,−0.11)
Thought problems −0.50 (−0.60, −0.40) −0.06 (−0.13, 0.00) −0.53 (−0.60, −0.47) −0.17 (−0.22, −0.11)
Attention problems −0.47 (−0.59, −0.37) −0.13 (−0.19, −0.06) −0.54 (−0.60, −0.47) −0.20 (−0.25, −0.14)
  1. Note r g genetic correlation, r e nonshared environmental correlation