Table 1: Means, SDs, and correlations of the variables used in this study ( to 633).

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(1) EPDS
(2) NS0.15***
(3) HA0.35***−0.25***
(4) RD−0.080.3−0.01
(5) PS0.08−0.16***−0.030.11**
(6) SD−0.56***−0.23***−0.48***0.14**0.05
(7) CO−0.29***−0.22***−0.25***0.45***0.18***0.50***
(8) ST0.14**0.21***−0.22***0.010.21−0.11**0.07
(9) Age−0.13**−0.01−0.11**−0.070.030.12**0.11*0.07
(10) Partner’s age−0.09*−0.03−0.13**−0.13**0.030.12**0.050.09*0.68***
(11) No. of children0.05−0.040.4−0.030.04−0.020.03−0.030.21***0.14**
(12) Pregnancy complications0.04−0.06−0.010.030.04−0.010.09*0.070.11**0.11**−0.01
(13) Gestational week−0.02−0.00−0.11**−0.050.010.03−0.030.040.06−0.00−0.02−0.05
(14) Response to pregnancy0.16***0.040.03−0.12**−0.06−0.11**−0.09*−0.08−0.030.010.26***−0.010.05
(15) Desire for baby−0.13**−0.050.000.08*0.020.060.050.010.21***0.15***−0.18***0.6−0.04−0.47***

Mean4.525.533.129.016.343.750.017.230.032.10.70.234.11.33.3
SD4.16.07.24.63.08.16.45.84.95.90.80.53.60.61.0
Skewness1.5−0.1−0.2−0.010.1−0.4−0.10.30.10.71.12.5−1.42.4−0.3
Cronbach’s alpha

Because pregnancy complications and response to pregnancy were more 2.0 positively skewed, both of them were log-transformed for correlations with other variables. * , ** , and *** .