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Table 2 Correlation matrix between family climate and clinical variables

From: Helpful family climate moderates the relationship between perceived family support of ADHD symptoms and depression: a conditional process model

Variables M (SD) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Quiet-lonesome 0 (0) 1           
Enjoyable 1 (0)  − .467** 1          
Chaotic 0 (0)  − .046  − .514** 1         
Ignoring/detached 0 (0)  − .018  − .206* .400** 1        
Helpful 1 (0) .084 .566**  − .227*  − .219* 1       
Intrusive 0 (0)  − .054  − .063 .247**  − .024  − .637** 1      
Warm-relaxing 1 (0)  − .022 .523**  − .105  − .206* .628**  − .153 1     
Uncomfortable/tense 0 (0) .113  − .153 .247** .343**  − .265** .332**  − .599** 1    
ADHD symptoms 10.1 (3.5)  − .122  − .072 .137 .013  − .164 .145 .029 .016 1   
MSPSS_FA score 6.1 (1.0)  − .096 .320**  − .287**  − .029 .270**  − .224* .284**  − .299**  − .264** 1  
PHQ-9 score 7.2 (3.9) .128  − .309** .086 .089  − .218*  − .005  − .235** .106 .268**  − .368** 1
  1. M(SD) = mean (standard deviation); from Quiet-lonesome to Uncomfortable/tense variables, the values are median (interquartile range)
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01
  3. MSPSS_FA Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social support (family subscale), PHQ-9 Nine-Item Patient Health Questionnaire, Distant family climate was omitted from analysis