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
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.
r-value is a Pearson product-moment correlation
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.
The relationships between hardiness (as measured by PVS-III), optimism (as measured by LOT-R) and professional life stress (as measured by PLSS) were investigated using Pearson product-moment correlation
The correlations between measured variables and jump height were tested between the swimming and volleyball groups using Pearson's product-moment correlation
i] based on the sample, the product-moment correlation
p is the population-level correlation, which cannot be calculated but is estimated by [?
The formula for computing the Pearson product-moment correlation
r is as follows:
The results of the Pearson product-moment correlation
coefficient analysis which was obtained to define item-total and item-reminder found statistically positive correlations between all items.