correlational analysis

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the use of statistical correlation to evaluate the strength of the relations between variables

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Correlational analysis also indicated a significant, but weak positive relationship between the coaches' self-reported level of optimism and the players' perception of their coaches' optimism (r = .
Motivational Interviewing, a newer, more commonly used therapy style will be explored and an correlational analysis of Motivational Interviewing and Humanistic Psychology.
Data are presented as mean + standard deviation (SD) for clarity, with significance values reported from the Mann-Whitney U test or Spearman correlational analysis.
Further, a correlational analysis indicated the extent to which talent retention was associated with bottom-line organizational performance.
Correlational analysis confirmed these findings and showed that sexual risk behaviors were negatively related to high school grade point average and positively related to having used drugs and having had risky sex in high school.
Wahler and Fox (1981) have suggested the use of correlational analysis where significant correlations are looked for between the frequency of challenging behavior and the occurrence of possible setting events, for example, the frequency of incidents per month and the frequency of epileptic seizures per month.
Correlational analysis (using the Spearman's rho test) revealed that there was no significant association between antecedent dry days and median diazinon levels (p=0.
Correlational analysis indicated a significant positive relationship between nurse to population ratio and population density (r = .
Correlational analysis between GCS scores and these different outcome measures yielded only modest results with correlation coefficients ranging from -.
Family income and parent education level were not included in the results of the current study because these factors were examined in correlational analysis and found to have weak correlations (ranging from .
Correlational analysis of the data for the two age groups revealed that in the younger group, there were significant relationships in the expected direction between adherence to home exercises and three of the knee function measures at both measurement times.