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Table 4 Bivariate correlations between resource factors and child mental health resilience residuals – for the whole sample, and for low and high adversity groups

From: Resource factors for mental health resilience in early childhood: An analysis with multiple methodologies

  Parent-reported child mental health resilience residuals Teacher-reported child mental health resilience residuals
Time 1 predictor variables Whole sample r (n=474) Low adversity r (n=158) High adversity r (n=159) Whole sample r (n=474) Low adversity r (n=158) High adversity r (n=159)
Gender (female) .06 .06 .01 .26*** .26*** .25**
P self-concept .44*** .45*** .42*** .17*** .23** .19*
T self-concept .17*** .21* .19* .29*** .28*** .38***
P self-control .38*** .39*** .37*** .17*** .13# .17*
T self-control .17*** .25** .15# .33*** .29*** .38***
P Child–parent relationship quality .38*** .43*** .41*** .13** .19* .08
T Child-teacher relationship quality .14** .31*** .01 .32*** .36*** .26***
  1. Note. P = parent-reported variable; T = teacher-reported variable.
  2. # p < .10; * p < .05; ** p < .01; *** p < .001.