Journal of Healthcare Engineering / 2020 / Article / Tab 5

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Table 5

Pearson’s correlation test between user variables and number of changes when selecting the response for these variables, respectively.

MoodNum. changes when selecting moodSleepNum. changes when selecting sleepPainNum. changes when selecting painPain levelNum. changes when selecting mood pain level

MoodPearson’s correlation1−0.172−0.133−0.054−0.158−0.080−0.335−0.035
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0000.0030.2340.0000.0740.0000.438
N497497497497497497497497

Num. changes when selecting moodPearson’s correlation−0.017210.0840.166−0.0520.0230.1150.035
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0000.0610.0000.2440.6080.0100.433
N497497497497497497497497

SleepPearson’s correlation−0.1330.08410.3000.1210.0270.1250.037
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0030.0610.0000.0070.5480.0050.412
N497497497497497497497497

Num. changes when selecting sleepPearson’s correlation−0.0540.1660.30010.053−0.0250.1390.402
Sig. (2-tailed)0.2340.0000.0000.2340.5810.0020.000
N497497497497497497497497

PainPearson’s correlation−0.158−0.0520.1210.05310.1940.7030.393
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0000.2440.0070.2340.0000.0000.000
N497497497497497497497497

Num. changes when selecting painPearson’s correlation−0.0800.0230.027−0.0250.19410.1490.049
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0740.6080.5480.5810.0000.0010.274
N497497497497497497497497

Pain levelPearson’s correlation−0.3350.1150.1250.1390.7030.14910.371
Sig. (2-tailed)0.0000.0100.0050.0020.0000.0010.000
N497497497497497497497497

Num. changes when selecting mood pain levelPearson’s correlation−0.0350.0350.0370.4020.3930.0490.3711
Sig. (2-tailed)0.4380.4330.4120.0000.0000.2740.000
N497497497497497497497497

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

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