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Table 4 Pearson correlations between the preferences for precautions against tick bites and the other dependent variables

From: Experience of Lyme disease and preferences for precautions: a cross-sectional survey of UK patients

  Preferences for precautions in the future
During visit After visit
Frequency of countryside use r = −.23*, n = 124 r = .06, n = 127
Knowledge of ticks and LD r = −.09, n = 124 r = .09, n = 127
Intentions to avoid the countryside in the future r = .22*, n = 123 r = .07, n = 125
  1. *p < .05.