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Table 3 Pearson bi-variate correlations between study variables

From: Personality traits and physical functioning: a cross-sectional multimethod facet-level analysis

  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Accelerometer- based physical activity
 1. Light            
 2. MVPA .12           
 3. MET min .87* .59*          
Self-reported physical activity
 4. MET min .25* .40* .40*         
Walking tests
 5. 6-min .20* .48* .41* .32*        
 6. 10-m .14* .31* .27* .19* .83*       
Personality traits
 7. Neuroticism −.03 .02 −.02 −.12 −.21* −.15*      
 8. Extraversion .16* −.03 .11 .19* .15* .15* −.30*     
 9. Openness .00 .05 .03 .13* .14* .12 .04 .42*    
 10. Agreeableness .01 −.05 −.01 .06 −.00 −.06 −.32* −.01 .10   
 11. Conscientiousness .19* .04 .18* .21* .24* .17* −.55* .24* −.11 .29*  
Covariates
 12. BMI −.31* −.14* −.31* −.18* −.35* −.19* .04 .01 −.12 −.04 −.17*
 13. Chronic diseases .04 −.20* −.07 −.08 −.27* −.16* .16* .02 −.06 −.09 −.12
 13. Age −.08 −.28* −.20* −.22* −.34* −.30* .12 −.10 −.00 .02 −.13*
 14. Education .11 .07 .12 −.00 .13* .16* .04 .08 .28* −.08 −.06
  1. MVPA moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, MET metabolic equivalent, BMI body mass index
  2. *p < .05
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