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Table 3 Pearson correlations between scores on the PAID, Lack of Confidence in Self-Care Implementation Subscale, and Emotional Consequences of Self-Care Implementation and scores on the CES-D, SDSCA subscales, and demographic and clinical factors.

From: Psychometric evaluation of the Problem Areas in Diabetes (PAID) survey in Southern, rural African American women with Type 2 diabetes

  PAID Lack of Confidence in Self-Care Implementation Emotional Consequences of Self-care Implementation
PAID 1.0   
Lack of Confidence in Self-Care Implementation 0.83* 1.0  
Emotional Consequences of Self-care Implementation 0.97* 0.69* 1.0
CES-D 0.58* 0.58* 0.55*
General Diet (SDSCA)-2 items -0.27* 0.30* -0.23*
Physical Activity (SDSCA)-1 item -0.26* -0.20 -0.25*
Exercise (SDSCA)-1 item -0.24* -0.13 -0.27*
Glucose Monitoring (SDSCA)-2 items -0.15 -0.12 -0.14
Foot Inspections (SDSCA)-2 items -0.18* -0.22* -0.14
Taking Medications-1 item -0.03 -0.10 -0.02
Age -0.24* -0.23* -0.22*
Hba1c 0.21 0.27* 0.17
BMI 0.18 0.08 0.20*
  1. *p ≤ 0.05
  2. PAID = Problem Areas In Diabetes Scale; CES-D = Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale; SDSca = Summary of Diabetes Self-Care Activities Scale