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Research Article

Associations between Psychosocial and Physiological Factors and Diabetes Health Indicators in Asian and Pacific Islander Adults with Type 2 Diabetes

Table 2

Pearson’s correlation coefficients of variables used in the SEM.

VariablesBMIDietExercise and foot careBlood glucose and medicationDepressionHbA1cGeneral healthDiabetes quality of life

BMI1.00−0.22−0.49*−0.150.41*0.37*−0.53*−0.35*
Diet−0.221.000.29*0.19*−0.20*−0.19*0.120.21*
Exercise and foot care −0.49*0.29*1.000.17*−0.14*−0.090.23*0.17*
Blood glucose and medication−0.150.19*0.17*1.00−0.060.040.050.03
Depression0.41*−0.20*−0.14*−0.061.000.21*−0.62*−0.49*
HbA1c0.37*−0.19*−0.090.040.21*1.00−0.35*−0.28*
General health−0.53*0.120.23*0.05−0.62*−0.35*1.000.58*
Diabetes quality of life−0.35*0.21*0.17*0.03−0.49*−0.28*0.58*1.00

Denotes significant Pearson correlation coefficients with P value  .

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