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Table 4 Correlations between psychological factors of women with TPL and of spouses, respectively

From: The impact of resilience on psychological outcomes in women with threatened premature labor and spouses: a cross-sectional study in Southwest China

  Resilience Pressure Active coping Passive coping Social support Depression Positive affect Negative affect
Women
 Resilience 1.000 - - - - - - -
 Pressure −0.347b 1.000 - - - - - -
 Active coping 0.337b −0.049 1.000 - - - - -
 Passive coping −0.024 0.203a 0.165 1.000 - - - -
 Social support 0.327b −0.215a 0.220a −0.302b 1.000 - - -
 Depression −0.350b 0.434b −0.089 0.075 −0.265b 1.000 - -
 Positive affect 0.401b −0.215a 0.163 0.059 0.290b −0.346b 1.000 -
 Negative affect −0.296b 0.446b 0.022 0.122 −0.231b 0.516b −0.163 1,000
Spouses
 Resilience 1.000 - - - - - - -
 Pressure −0.375b 1.000 - - - - - -
 Active coping 0.306b −0.005 1.000 - - - - -
 Passive coping −0.026 0.291b 0.184 1.000 - - - -
 Social support 0.148 0.006 0.185 −0.042 1.000 - - -
 Depression −0.316b 0.458b −0.029 0.138 −0.092 1.000 - -
 Positive affect 0.243a −0.076 0.281b 0.062 0.111 −0.154 1.000 -
 Negative affect −0.197a 0.492b 0.048 0.146 −0.082 0.636b −0.002 1,000
  1. TPL, threatened premature labor
  2. aCorrelation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)
  3. bCorrelation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)