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Table 2 Means, standard deviations and correlations for the study variables

From: Attachment style and mental health during the later stages of COVID‐19 pandemic: the mediation role of loneliness and COVID-19 anxiety

  Mean SD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1.Gender (0 = man; 1 = woman) _ _ _          
2.Age 34.38 13.16 .036 _         
3.Educational level _ _ − .079 .144** _        
4.RQ-secure attachment 3.32 1.72 .045 .028 − .085 _       
5.RQ-RQ-fearful attachment 2.78 1.54 − .013 − .021 − .036 − .083 _      
6. RQ-preoccupied attachment 3.13 1.76 .017 − .067 − .025 − .021 .269*** _     
7. RQ-dismissing attachment 3.90 1.75 − .084 .008 .017 − .206*** − .075 .141* _    
8.RULS 2.09 0.36 − .062 − .059 .036 − .457*** .180** .312*** .168** _   
9. C-19ASS 2.75 0.72 − .098 − .104 − .056 − .215*** .201*** .146** .022 .149** _  
10.GHQ-12 1.65 0.49 − .100 − .112 − .013 − .155** .192** .167** .139* .391*** .240*** _
  1. RQ Relationship Questionnaire, RULS Revised UCLA Loneliness Scale, C-19ASS COVID-19 Anxiety Syndrome Scale, GHQ-12 General Health Questionnaire
  2. *<.05; **<.01; ***<.001