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Table 1 Pearson correlations among sleep variables with commuting and workplace accidents’ rates of chilean workers

From: Sleep problems are related to commuting accidents rather than to workplace accidents

  Workplace Accidents Commuting Accidents  
Males   Females Total Males   Females Total  
Quantity
 Sleep Hours −.239   .067 −.224 −.520 * −.278 −.545 *
Quality
 S. Quality (LM) .460 # −.416 .287 .397   −.200 .186  
 Use of Medic. .029   .190 −.075 −.435   −.308 −.369  
 Sleepiness .297   −.327 .340 .446 # −.149 .227  
 Sleep problems .403   −.316 .290 .362   −.060 .275  
 Dif. Feel. Rested .437   −.401 .247 .370   −.188 .173  
 S. Quality (LY) −.323   .293 −.249 −.312   .190 −.156  
  1. *p < .05; #p < .10