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Table 2 Correlation matrices for variables

From: Association of parents' alcohol use and family interaction with the initiation of alcohol use by sixth graders: A preliminary study in Taiwan

variable 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. Sexa 1          
2. Areab -0.03 1         
3. Parent's marital statusc 0.00 -0.06* 1        
4. Household incomed 0.06* -0.30*** 0.08** 1       
5. Father's education levele 0.04 -0.31*** 0.09** 0.46*** 1      
6. Mother's education levelf 0.02 -0.30*** 0.07* 0.46*** 0.57*** 1     
7. Parents' matched alcohol use groupg 0.04 0.08** -0.01 -0.03 -0.06* -0.04 1    
8. Parental support -0.13*** -0.08** 0.03 0.08** 0.12*** 0.10*** -0.05 1   
9. Family conflict -0.03 0.12*** -0.00 -0.08** -0.04 -0.05 0.02 -0.20*** 1  
10. Alcohol use grouph 0.05 -0.01 -0.01 0.06* 0.05 0.02 0.06* -0.10**. 0.08** 1
  1. *p < .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001
  2. aSex 0 = Female; 1 = Male
  3. bArea 0 = Taipei; 1 = Hsinchu
  4. cParent's marital status 0 = other; 1 = married and live together
  5. dHousehold income(NTD) 1 =< 40000; 2 = 40000–100000; 3 => 100000
  6. eFather's education level 1 = Middle school and below; 2 = High school; 3 = University or research institute
  7. fMother's education level 1 = Middle school and below; 2 = High school; 3 = University or research institute
  8. gParents' matched alcohol use group 1 = Both parents never-users; 2 = Mother ever-user, father never-user; 3 = Father ever-user, mother never-user; 4 = Both parents ever-users
  9. hAlcohol use group 0 = Never-user; 1 = First-time user