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Table 4 Pearson correlation between SpREUK-P sub-scales with respect to SpR attitude

From: Engagement of patients in religious and spiritual practices: Confirmatory results with the SpREUK-P 1.1 questionnaire as a tool of quality of life research

  CRP ExP USP HuP NoP
all individuals      
conventional religious practice 1.000 .230 ** .371 ** .027 .066
existentialistic practice   1.000 .490 ** .316 ** .512 **
unconventional spiritual practice    1.000 .199 ** .302 **
humanistic practice     1.000 .220 **
nature-oriented practice      1.000
R+S+ individuals      
conventional religious practice 1.000 .019 .324 ** -.047 -.030
existentialistic practice   1.000 .429 ** .278 ** .505 **
unconventional spiritual practice    1.000 .216** .307 **
humanistic practice     1.000 .284 **
nature-oriented practice      1.000
R+S- individuals      
conventional religious practice 1.000 .179 .255 * .119 .000
existentialistic practice   1.000 .165 .276 * .450 **
unconventional spiritual practice    1.000 .070 .090
humanistic practice     1.000 .'157
nature-oriented practice      1.000
R-S+ individuals      
conventional religious practice 1.000 .056 .400 ** -.167 .166
existentialistic practice   1.000 .465 ** .311 ** .581 **
unconventional spiritual practice    1.000 .055 .216
humanistic practice     1.000 .329 *
nature-oriented practice      1.000
R-S- individuals      
conventional religious practice 1.000 .410 ** .227 .083 -.030
existentialistic practice   1.000 .268 * .313 * .396 **
unconventional spiritual practice    1.000 .164 .153
humanistic practice     1.000 .015
nature-oriented practice      1.000
  1. Bivariate correlations are statistically significant with * p < 0.05 and ** p < 0.01 (2-tailed significance)