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Table 1 Spearman’s correlation between age, sex, exposure to the bomb explosion, psychological and social work factors and sickness absence days

From: Effects of exposure to workplace terrorism on subsequent doctor certified sickness absence, and the modifying role of psychological and social work factors: a combined survey and register study

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1. Age            
2. Education−.21**           
3. Sex−.09**−.08**          
4. Exposure-.01ns-.01ns.03ns         
5. Role clarity.16**−.20**.01ns-.03ns        
6. Role conflict−.12**.06*.02ns.05*−.34**       
7. Control decision.10**.17**−.12**−.08**.24**−.21**      
8. Control work pace-.01ns.13**-.01ns−.10**-.00ns−.19**.43**     
9. Support superior−.03 ns.01ns-.04ns−.08**.41**−.39**.36**.24**    
10. Support co-worker−.11**.02ns.07**−.09**.30**−.31**.30**.27*.63**   
11. Sickness absence days.04ns−.16**.20**.07**.01ns.05*−.17**−.09**−.10**−.07**  
12. Sickness absence days one year prior to 22. July.04ns−.12**.18**-.02ns-.04ns.05*−.13**−.07**−.10**-.05ns.30** 
Mean45.50   3.922.523.333.863.944.069.547.61
SD11.02   0.730.700.670.710.860.7627.4623.81
Min-max20–70   1–51–51–51–51–51–50–2500–243
  1. *p < .05
  2. **p < .01
  3. ns = not significant