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Table 3 Correlations between neighborhood variables

From: Associations between neighborhood built, social, or toxicant conditions and child externalizing behaviors in the Detroit metro area: a cross-sectional study of the neighborhood ‘exposome’

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1. Number non-profits .25** 0.05 .44** .14** 0.03 .13** −0.18** −.20**
2. Number churches .55** − 0.01 .25** .18** 0.05 −0.03 −.14** −.09*
3. Sum toxicants .08* −0.01 0.07 0.04 − 0.02 .25** 0.04 −.00
4. Number alcohol outlets .72** .65** 0.04 .55** −0.04 .15** −.33** −.19**
5. Number pre1978 structures .33** .44** −0.04 .81** 0.02 .11** −.33** −.14**
6. Percent green space area −.20** −.20** −0.05 −.23** −.17** .22** −.14** .13**
7. Percent industrial area .27** .13** .49** .33** .20** −.12** −.11** .14**
8. Percent agricultural area −.41** −.40** −.13** −.59** −.42** −.09* −.36** .14**
9. Percent vacant lots −.31** −.25** .27** −.33** −.25** .12** .09* 0.01
  1. Correlations among raw variables. *p < .05, **p < .01; 5 km below the diagonal and 1 km above the diagonal (in bold). Poverty and area deprivation index not included, as these were measured at the Census tract and block group levels, respectively