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Table 6 Correlations between scores

From: Incontinentia pigmenti burden scale: designing a family burden questionnaire

Pearson correlation coefficients, N = 58a
Probability > |r| under H0: Rho = 0
 DLQIPSSSF12 mental scoreSF12 physical scoreF′ BoIP
F-DLQI10.61318 (<.0001)−0.58469(<.0001)−0.59583(<.0001)0.69608(<.0001)
PSS0.61318 (<.0001)1−0.84159 (<.0001)−0.38021 (0.0032)0.63063 (<.0001)
SF12 mental score−0.58469 (<.0001)−0.84159 (<.0001)10.23431 (0.0767)−0.57441 (<.0001)
SF12 physical score−0.59583 (<.0001)−0.38021 (0.0032)0.234311−0.47374 (0.0002)
F′ BoIP0.69608 (<.0001)0.63063 (<.0001)−0.57441 (<.0001)−0.47374 (0.0002)1
  1. Correlation coefficients between F’BoIP and 4 four self-administrated questionnaires are shown
  2. Significant p-values indicate that scores are strongly related to previously validated scores, confirming the external score validity
  3. aCorrelation was assessed using data from 58 subjects (instead of 61), because of missing data for F-DLQI, SF12 and STRESS for three subjects