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Table 2 Bivariate correlations of study variables for cancer survivors participating in the 2010 LIVESTRONG participant survey

From: When helping helps: exploring health benefits of cancer survivors participating in for-cause physical activity events

  Age Sex Survivorship Income Help PAPL PA QOL
Age 1        
Sexa .05a 1       
Survivorshipb .06b .01 1      
Incomec .05b −.05b .02 1     
Help −.23c .00 −.07c −.06b 1    
PAPLd .00 −.11c .06b .08c .06b 1   
PAe −.00 −.08c .05b .06c .05b .13c 1  
QOL .06b −.27c .10c .17c −.11c .08c .18c 1
  1. Note. n = 3122. a dummy coded: 1 = male, 2 = female. b dummy coded: 0 = no, 1 = yes. b dummy coded: 1 = I finished treatment less than 1 year ago, 2 = I finished treatment between 1 and 5 years ago, 3 = I finished treatment 5 or more years ago, c: dummy coded: 0 = 0–40,000, 1 = 41,000–60,000, 2 = 61,000–80,000, 3 = 81,000–100,000, 4 = 101,000–120,000, 5 = 120,000 or more. d dummy coded: 0 = no, 1 = yes. e dummy coded: 0 = no, 1 = yes. ap < .05. bp < .01. cp < .001. PAPL = Physically Active Participation in LIVESTRONG
  2. PA = regular physical activity engagement. QOL = quality of life