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Table 7 Correlations between adolescent factors and parent factors and with age and sex

From: Satisfaction with in-patient child and adolescent psychiatric treatment: development and psychometric properties of the BEST questionnaires for adolescents and for parents

Total score/subscale (S) Adolescents Parents Age Sex
S2 S3 Total S1 S2 S3 Total
Adolescents
 S1: Therapeutic relationship .65 .42 .89 .34 .25 .22 .34 − .03 − .06
 S2: Environment   .37 .87 .23 .29 .13 .27 − .01 − .10
 S3: Gen. satisfaction, success    .61 .35 .26 .36 .38 .04 − .03
 Total score     .36 .32 .26 .39 − .02 − .09
Parents
 S1: Relationship with therapist      .65 .49 .95 − .03 − .03
 S2: Environment       .29 .81 − .03 − .04
 S3: Gen. satisfaction, success        .61 − .05 − .03
 Total score         − .04 − .04
  1. Correlation coefficients between factors are based on n = 815; for age, n = 737; for sex, n = 747. All correlation coefficients between factors are significant at p < .0001; correlations with age are not significant (all p > .15); correlations with sex are not significant except for adolescents in the total score (r = − .09, p = .019) and in S2: Environment (r = − .10, p = .008)