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Table 4 Bivariate analysis: associations between SRHSa and variables with continuous response scales

From: Factors associated with self-rated health status in university students: a cross-sectional study in three European countries

Variable Correlations (Kendall tau-b)
Psychosomatic health complaintsb 0.317*
Physical activityc 0.146*
Sence of Coherenced 0.273*
Perceived stresse 0.268*
Self-efficacyf -0.245*
Well-beingg -0.270*
Sufficiency of incomeh 0.089*
Importance of good gradesi 0.034
Academic performance at the universityj 0.161*
Burdens related to studyingk 0.196*
Satisfaction with social supporta 0.121*
Number of persons could provide social supportl -0.043*
  1. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001; a1 = "excellent" to 5 = "poor"; b1 = "never" to 4 = "very often"; c1 = "less then once per week", 2 = "1 or 2 times", and 3 = "at least 3 times"; d1 = "very low" to 7 = "very high"; e1 = "little stress" to 5 = "much stress"; f1 = "low" to 4 = "high"; g0 = "lowest possible well-being" to 25 = "highest possible well-being"; h1 = "totally sufficient" to 4 = "not sufficient at all";i1 = "very important" to 4 = "not at all important"; j1 = "much better (than peers)" to 6 = "much worse (than peers)"; k1 = "low" to 6 = "high"; l1 = "no person" to 4 = "more than 3 persons";