Table 3: Results of the Spearman bivariation analysis comparing TSK-I, TSK-AA, and TSK-H values (as dependent variables) with different variables.

VariableTSK-ITSK-AATSK-H

Age−0.79 ( )−0.267 ( )0.146 ( )
Beighton score−0.66 ( )0.022 ( )−0.109 ( )
NRS0.013 ( )0.068 ( )0.005 ( )
FSS0.558 ( )0.573 ( )0.388 ( )
MFI-20, GF0.323 ( )0.342 ( )0.226 ( )
MFI-20, PF0.289 ( )0.335 ( )0.209 ( )
MFI-20, RA0.227 ( )0.382 ( )0.064 ( )
MFI-20, RM0.057 ( )−0.022 ( )0.183 ( )
MFI-20, MF0.438 ( )0.498 ( )0.250 ( )
SF-36, PF−0.187 ( )−0.191 ( )−0.130 ( )
SF-36, RP−0.170 ( )−0.182 ( )−0.111 ( )
SF-36, BP−0.103 ( )−0.700 ( )−0.109 ( )
SF-36, GH−0.47 ( )−0.160 ( )0.087 ( )
SF-36, VT −0.323 ( )−0.293 ( )−0.266 ( )
SF-36, SF−0.222 ( )−0.213 ( )−0.169 ( )
SF-36, RE−0.109 ( )−0.202 ( )0.02 ( )
SF-36, MH−0.379 ( )−0.351 ( )−0.303 ( )

Significant values are in bold.
BP: bodily pain; FSS: fatigue severity scale; GF: general fatigue; GH: general health; MF: mental fatigue; MFI: multimensional fatigue inventory; MH: mental health; NRS: numeric rating scale; PF (SF-36): physical functioning; PF (MFI-20): physical fatigue; RA: reduced activity; RE: role-emotional; RM: reduced motivation; RP: role-physical; SF: social functioning; SF-36: short form 36; TSK-AA: Tampa Scale activity avoidance; TSK-H: Tampa Scale harm; TSK-I: Tampa Scale total score; VT: vitality.