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Table 2 Spearman’s correlation and Intraclass correlation coefficients for first – second and second - third time’s survey for the student subsample denoting test-retest stability

From: Exploration of the psychometric properties of the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation-Outcome Measure in Ecuador

Domains T1-T2 T2 -T3
Spearman’s correlation [95%CI] a Intraclass Correlation Coefficient [95%CI] b Spearman’s correlation [95%CI] a Intraclass Correlation Coefficient [95%CI] b
Well-being .73 [.68, .78] .72 [.66, .77] .78 [.71, .84] .77 [.70, .83]
Problems/Symptoms .78 [.74, .82] .78 [.73, .82] .76 [.67, .82] .74 [.65, .80]
Functioning .82 [.78, .85] .82 [.78, .85] .83 [.76, .88] .82 [.76, .86]
Risk .61 [.53, .68] .72 [.66, .77] .59 [.46, .71] .58 [.47, .68]
Non-risk items .84 [.80, .87] .83 [.79, .87] .85 [.78, .90] .83 [.77, .87]
All items .85 [.81, .88] .84 [.80, .87] .85 [.78, .90] .82 [.77, .87]
  1. aSpearman’s rank correlation coefficient with 95% bootstrapped confidence interval. T1 = time 1 (assessment at baseline),T2 = time 2 (assessment 2 weeks after baseline),T3 = time 3 (assessment 4 weeks after baseline)
  2. bSingle rating, random rating, agreement Intraclass Correlation Coefficient with parametric 95% confidence interval