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Table 2 Correlations among variables of interest, and Bayes factors for correlation with CGI-S anxiety

From: Williams syndrome: on the role of intellectual abilities in anxiety

  CGI-S Anxiety BF01 for CGI-S anxiety FSIQ PIQ VIQ WMI FTF EF FTF Memory FTF Learning CPT CR CPT CE
FSIQ − .365* 0.49 1         
Non-verbal IQ − .327 0.67 .793** 1        
Verbal IQ − .391* 0.38 .865** .586** 1       
WM − .105 2.60 .839** .620** .713** 1      
FTF EF − .022 2.65 − .143 .121 − .261 .062 1     
FTF Memory .109 2.54 − .111 .073 − .363* .031 .683** 1    
FTF Learning − .094 5.35 − .318 − .185 − .462* − .135 .782** .725** 1   
CCPT CR − .093 2.73 .558** .198 .506** .544** − .221 − .118 .229 1  
CCPT CE .086 5.22 .358* .008 .354* .408* − .222 − .246 − .169 .692** 1
CCPT Variability .182 1.78 − .514** − .481* − .549** − .303 .279 .057 .405* − .409* .175
  1. Note: Significant correlations between variables are marked in bold. Bayes factors are marked in italic. CGI-S = Clinical Global Impression Scale – Severity, BF01 = Bayes Factor for the null hypothesis, FSIQ = Full scale IQ, PIQ = Performance/Non-verbal IQ, VIQ = Verbal IQ, WMI = Working Memory Index, FTF EF = Five to Fifteen, EF = Executive Function, CCPT = Connors Continuous Performance Test, CR = Correct Responses, CE = Commission Errors
  2. *p < 0.05, **p < .001