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Table 3 Intercorrelations between the scales attitude, barriers (assumptions and importance), norms, the knowledge index, intention, and uptake

From: Development of the Informed Choice in Mammography Screening Questionnaire (IMQ): factor structure, reliability, and validity

Scale/Index n Barriers: assumptions about MSP Barriers: importance of MSP Norms Knowledge Intention Uptake
Attitude 5274 -.287 (p<.001) -.250 (p<.001) .273 (p<.001) -.085 (p<.001) .284 (p<.001) .300 (p<.001)
Barriers: assumptions about MSP 5139 - .224 (p<.001) -.112 (p<.001) -.024 (p=.018) -.032 (p=.027) -.047 (p=.003)
Barriers: importance of MSP 5262 - - -.157 (p<.001) .032 (p=.003) -.178 (p<.001) -.171 (p<.001)
Norms 4169 - - - -.051 (p<.001) .166 (p<.001) .175 (p<.001)
Knowledge 5293 - - - - -.039 (p=.007) -.044 (p=.005)
Intention 4893 - - - - - .539 (p<.001)
Uptake 4165 - - - - - -
  1. Note. Kendall’s τ correlation coefficients for all scales and the knowledge index. Point-biserial correlation coefficients for intention and uptake. p-values are for two-tailed significance. Significant correlations are bolded