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Table 1 Correlations of the variables (standard errors in parentheses)

From: Familial aggregation of anxiety and depression in the community: the role of adolescents’ self-esteem and physical activity level (the HUNT Study)

Daughters/sons 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1. Offspring anxiety/depression - .571 (.020) .119 (.024) -.118 (.028) -.138 (.031) -.103 (.031) -.093 (.035)
2. Offspring self-esteem .640 (.015) - .225 (.022) -.075 (.028) -.107 (.030) -.066 (.031) -.092 (.033)
3. Offspring physical activity .134 (.022) .195 (.021) - -.071 (.024) -.076 (.026) -.069 (.027) -.080 (.030)
4. Maternal anxiety/depression -.129 (.026) -.106 (.025) -.027 (.023)n.s. - .231 (.035) .506 (.025) .149 (.038)
5. Paternal anxiety/depression -.202 (.027) -.102 (.029) -.131 (.026) .263 (.032) - .209 (.038) .551 (.030)
6. Maternal preschool anxiety/depression -.090 (.027) -.109 (.029) -.055 (.026) .495 (.025) .146 (.036) - .323 (.040)
7. Paternal preschool anxiety/depression -.096 (.033) -.138 (.034) -.107 (.031) .060 (.037)n.s. .546 (.027) .208 (.039) -
  1. Daughters are below the diagonal and sons are above the diagonal. All correlations were statistically significant (p < .05), except if otherwise indicated by a superscript.