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Table 2 Means, standard deviations, and correlations with confidence intervals

From: The effects of maternal depression on their perception of emotional and behavioral problems of their internationally adopted children

Variable M SD 1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Depression (mother) 1.89 0.51       
2. CBCL internal (mother) 0.19 0.20 0.12 [− 0.01, 0.25]      
3. CBCL external (mother) 0.28 0.32 0.07 [− 0.06, 0.20] 0.52** [0.41, 0.61]     
4. CBCL total (mother) 0.25 0.24 0.07 [− 0.06, 0.20] 0.83** [0.78, 0.87] 0.83** [0.78, 0.87]    
5. CBCL internal (self) 0.33 0.28 − 0.02 [− 0.15, 0.11] 0.35** [0.23, 0.46] 0.11 [− 0.02, 0.24] 0.26** [0.14, 0.38]   
6. CBCL external (self) 0.38 0.27 − 0.07 [− 0.20, 0.06] 0.23** [0.10, 0.35] 0.50** [0.40, 0.60] 0.38** [0.26, 0.49] 0.56** [0.46, 0.64]  
7. CBCL total (self) 0.38 0.25 − 0.04 [− 0.17, 0.09] 0.32** [0.20, 0.43] 0.26** [0.14, 0.38] 0.33** [0.21, 0.44] 0.92** [0.89, 0.93] 0.79** [0.74, 0.84]
  1. M and SD are used to represent mean and standard deviation, respectively. Values in square brackets indicate the 95% confidence interval for each correlation. The confidence interval is a plausible range of population correlations that could have caused the sample correlation [12]
  2. *Indicates p < 0.05. **Indicates p <0 .01