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Table 1 Correlations between Waive 1 (personality, and subjective well-being) and Waive 2 (rumination, post-traumatic symptoms, and anxiety) measures (N = 33)

From: Are happier people less vulnerable to rumination, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress? Evidence from a large scale disaster

Waive 1 Waive 2
  Rumination Posttraumatic stress symptoms Anxiety
Personality    
 Openness −.05 .03 .06
 Agreableness .07 .01 −.13
 Conscientiousness .12 −.29 −.20
 Extraversion −.26 .06 .11
 Neuroticism .44** .24 .20
 N1 – Vulnerability .34* .09 .08
 N2 – Emotional instability .27 .21 .14
 N3 – Passivity/lack of energy .24 .15 .07
 N4 – Depression .61** .35* .40*
Subjective well-being    
 Positive affect −.37* −.25 −.30
 Negative affect .43* .39* .39*
 Life satisfaction −.49** −.29 −.41*
  1. Note. *p < .05; **p < .01