Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2016 / Article / Tab 3

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Subclinical Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms: Relationships with Blood Pressure, Hostility, and Sleep

Table 3

Zero-order correlations for women (above diagonal) and men (below diagonal).

AgeSleep qualityDBPSBPPTSD symptomsHostility

AgePearson correlation−.076.176.085−.150−.007
Sig. (2-tailed).614.236.571.313.966
4747474746

Sleep qualityPearson correlation−.076.135−.029.303.101
Sig. (2-tailed).633.354.845.034.495
4249494948

DBPPearson correlation.308.360.683−.036.047
Sig. (2-tailed).047.019.000.805.752
4242494948

SBPPearson correlation.019.329.471−.077−.048
Sig. (2-tailed).904.033.002.601.745
4242424948

PTSD symptomsPearson correlation.126.691.402.244.362
Sig. (2-tailed).434.000.009.124.011
4141414148

HostilityPearson correlation.048.442.285.068.597
Sig. (2-tailed).763.004.071.671.000
4141414140

Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed).
Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).

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