product-moment correlation

prod·uct-mo·ment cor·re·la·tion

a statistical procedure that yields the correlation coefficient referred to as r (-1.00 to +1.00) and involves the actual values, rather than the ranks (rank order) of the measurements.
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Therefore, mathematicians also speak of the Pearson product-moment correlation or the Pearson correlation.
To evaluate the validity of the QoLRAD-TR questionnaire, Pearson product-moment correlation between the domains of the questionnaire and SF-36 were used.
r-value is a Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient.
In Table 2, r represents Pearson's product-moment correlation, t represents the values of Student's t-distribution, df represents the number of WWTPs where statistical analyses could be made (e.g.
Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficients and Descriptive Statistics for the Reflective Thinking Scale for Healthcare Students and Providers and the Questionnaire for Reflective Thinking Scale r M SD Reflective Thinking Scale for Health Care Students and Providers 140.30 17.86 Questionnaire for Reflective Thinking Habitual action .66 (*) 12.61 3.05 Understanding .51 (*) 15.21 2.47 Reflection .53 (*) 15.25 2.37 Critical reflection .67 (*) 13.40 2.81 Overall .74 (*) 56.46 6.94 Note.
The first objective of the study was to explain the relationship between depressions, anxiety, stress and self-harm, which was assessed by using Pearson Product-moment Correlation. The results revealed that there is a negative correlation between depression, anxiety, stress and self-harm.
Based on some previous studies suggesting that the strength of functional correlation between brain regions is proportional to the magnitude of the correlation coefficient (10-12), the ROI-based interregional correlation analyses were performed between the [sup.18]F-FDG SUVR values of the basal ganglia and related brain regions using Pearson's product-moment correlation. The level of statistical significance was defined as P<0.05 (two-tailed).
PROBLEM ONE--Pearson Product-moment Correlation Coefficient Many studies in psychology and the other social sciences focus on determining the relationship between two variables.
The following statistical tests were used: The Pearson product-moment correlation, One- way Anova with Tukey HSD comparison and Independent Sample T- test, as well as frequency tests.
Then, the correlation of curriculum, engagement and burnout was evaluated by using the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient based on a unilateral contrast.
Pearson product-moment correlation was used to measure the degree of correation between right and left gonial angles on OPG and on lateral cephalogram.
Two correlation coefficients are in common use: Spearman rank-order correlation coefficient for nonparametric data and Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient for parametric data.
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