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Table 2 Mean, Std. deviation and matrix of pearson correlation between behavioral systems and lifestyle with mental disorders of the adolescent athletes during Covid19 pandemic

From: Behavioral activation / inhibition systems and lifestyle as predictors of mental disorders in adolescent athletes during Covid19 pandemic

  Mean Std. Deviation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
BIS 16.63 2.451 1 − 0.18a − 0.16a − 0.19a − 0.19a − 0.24a, b 0.37a, b
Drive 6.96 0.866 − 0.18a 1 0.79a, b 0.88a, b 0.94a, b 0.39a, b − 0.29a, b
Fun-seeking 15.51 0.961 − 0.16a 0.79a, b 1 0.78a, b 0.92a, b 0.39a, b − 0.25a, b
Reward responsiveness 13.70 0.890 − 0.19a 0.88a, b 0.78a, b 1 0.94a, b 0.44a, b − 0.33a, b
BAS 36.16 2.548 − 0.19a 0.94a, b 0.92a, b 0.94a, b 1 0.44a, b − 0.31a, b
Life style 71.89 8.574 − 0.24a, b 0.39a, b 0.39a, b 0.44a, b 0.44a, b 1 − 0.22a, b
Mental disorders 18.79 1.378 0.37a, b − 0.29a, b − 0.25a, b − 0.33a, b − 0.31a, b − 0.22a, b 1
  1. aCorrelation is significant at the 0.05 level. a, bCorrelation is significant at the 0.01 level. The table above shows that there is a positive correlation of statistical significance between behavioral inhibition systems and mental disorders, and a negative correlation of statistical significance between the scaling components of behavioral activation systems, lifestyle and mental disorders at the 0.01 and 0.05 level respectively