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Table 3 Zero-order Pearson correlations for males (N = 103, left-lower corner) and females (N = 207, right-upper corner)

From: Development of burnout over time and the causal order of the three dimensions of burnout among male and female GPs. A three-wave panel study

Variables 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1. EE (1) -- .52* -.11 .71* .56* -.26* .54* .34* -.25*
2. DEP (1) .76* -- -.17 .28* .65* -.20* .20* .53* -.14
3. PB (1) -.26* -.24* -- -.09 -.05 .61* .12 -.02 .62*
4. EE (2) .74* .59* .33* -- .60* -.41* .67* .37* -.33*
5. DEP (2) .52* .62* -.29* .69* -- -.29* .34* .57* -.20*
6. PB (2) -.22* -.20* .53* -.31* -.36* -- -.34* -.17 .68*
7. EE (3) .71* .60* -.20* .71* .49* -.17 -- .46* -.40*
8. DEP (3) .56* .60* -.26* .56* .57* -.21* .75* -- -.26*
9. PB (3) -.19* -.17 .56* -.26* -.26* .60* -.24* -.29* --
  1. Note. Missing values were handled by listwise deletion. (1) = Time 1, (2) = Time 2, (3) = Time 3.
  2. * p < .05.