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Table 2 Pearson correlation between predictor and outcome parameters (n = 204)

From: Perceived mental health in parents of children with rare congenital surgical diseases: a double ABCX model considering gender

Variables 1 2 3 4 5
Mothers (n = 107)      
 1. Stressor Pile-Up [aA]     
 2. Family Functioning (FAM) [bB] 0.169 (.080)    
 3. Social Support (OSSS) [bB] 0.236 (.014) 0.214 (.027)   
 4. Perceived Stress (IFS) [cC] 0.427 (.001) 0.119 (.220)  0.110 (.260)  
 5. Mental Health (BSI GSI) [xX] 0.297 (.002) 0.494 (.001) 0.370 (.001) 0.298 (.002)
 M 2.90 24.56 10.30 2.11 0.49
 SD 1.57 7.20 2.20 0.52 0.48
 Median 3.00 23.50 10.00 2.00 0.28
 Min, max 0, 7 14, 50 6, 15 1, 4 0, 3
Fathers (n = 97)      
 1. Stressor Pile-Up [aA]     
 2. Family Functioning (FAM) [bB] 0.217 (.031)    
 3. Social Support (OSSS) [bB]  0.163 (.105) 0.377 (.001)   
 4. Perceived Stress (IFS) [cC] 0.405 (.001) 0.029 (.775)  0.172 (.088)  
 5. Mental Health (BSI GSI) [xX] 0.324 (.001) 0.385 (.001) 0.278 (.006) 0.245 (.015)
 M 2.89 24.66 10.46 2.10 0.26
 SD 1.61 7.54 1.70 0.37 0.26
 Median 3.00 23.00 10.00 2.07 0.20
 Min, max 0, 7 12, 48 5, 14 1, 3 0, 1
  1. Bold values indicate statistical significance at the p < .05 level
  2. M: Mean, SD: Standard deviation, Min: minimum score, Max: maximum score. Main entries are Pearson r, with p values in parenthesis. FAM: Family Assessment Measure, OSSS: Oslo Social Support Scale, IFS: Impact on Family Scale, BSI GSI: Brief Symptom Inventory Global Severity Index