International Journal of Pediatrics / 2010 / Article / Tab 4

Clinical Study

The Quality of Life of a Multidiagnosis Group of Special Needs Children: Associations and Costs

Table 4

Correlations between Quality of Life scores and child/family variables.

PedsQL scores

Child variablesPhysicalPsychosocialTotal

 Psychosocial Quality of Life0.010429
 Pro-social Behavior0.293 0.0460.236 267
 Hyperactivity/Inattention0.157 −0.482 −0.237 425
 Anxiety/Emotional Disorder−0.023−0.669 −0.499 428
 Conduct Disorder & Physical Aggression0.141 −0.347 −0.153 425
 Indirect Aggression0.076−0.341 −0.200 264
 Property Offence0.103−0.389 −0.215 267

PMK variables
 Mental health−0.130 −0.199 −0.229 428
 Physical health−0.070−0.079−0.102 428
 Life satisfaction−0.108 −0.230 −0.237 428
 K10−0.113 −0.284 −0.278 429
 Positive interaction Parenting−0.0840.246 0.119 429
 Hostile/ineffective parenting0.144 −0.430 −0.208 426
 Consistency parenting0.227 0.170 0.272 418
 Punitive (Adverse) parenting0.0120.0460.038425

Family variables
 Family Functioning−0.072−0.230 −0.211 429
 Social Support0.173 0.244 0.293 429
 Impact on Family0.311 0.302 0.433 429

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

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