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Table 1 Bivariate correlation between QoL-AD and other variables in six domains

From: What contributes to a good quality of life in early dementia? awareness and the QoL-AD: a cross-sectional study

Domain QoL-AD (self-report) Domain QoL-AD (self-report)
Person with dementia background   Person with dementia psychosocial (self-ratings)  
Age 0.16 HADS anxiety -0.45**
MMSE score 0.02 HADS depression -0.61**
Years of education -0.03 NEO-FFI conscientiousness 0.29**
Socio-economic status -0.08 TSCS self-concept 0.52**
   Quality of relationship 0.50**
Person with dementia neuropsychological   Awareness indices  
NART errors -0.10 MFD 0.21*
WMS-III Word List total recall 0.16 FAD 0.22*
RBMT Total score -0.21* SFD 0.11
GNT raw score -0.04 MPR 0.16
Pyramids & Palm Trees raw 0.15 Global Interview Rating 0.06
D-KEFS letter fluency total 0.16   
D-KEFS category fluency total 0.22*   
Caregiver ratings of person with dementia   Caregiver background and self-ratings  
NPI-Q symptom score -0.30** Age 0.02
NPI-Q severity score -0.33** Socio-economic status -0.11
NEO-FFI conscientiousness -0.09 NPI-Q distress score -0.33**
TSCS self-concept 0.40** GHQ-12 -0.11
   Relatives Stress Scale -0.24*
   Quality of relationship with PwD 0.22*
  1. * p < 0.05; **p < 0.01.
  2. Significance levels are given as indicative only, in view of multiple comparisons, and are included to provide a full presentation of the data.
  3. Key to abbreviations: HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, TSCS Tennessee Self-Concept Scale, NEO-FFI NEO Five-Factor Inventory, NART National Adult Reading Test, WMS-III Wechsler Memory Scale, 3 rd edition, D-KEFS Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System, NPI-Q Neuropsychiatric Inventory Questionnaire, GHQ-12 General Health Questionnaire.