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Table 6 Spearman’s correlation between ITQOL Infant and Parent/Family-focused Concepts and the BEBQ Baby Eating Behaviour appetite traits at Day 42a

From: Health-related quality of life, temperament, and eating behavior among formula-fed infants in the Philippines: a pilot study

  BEBQ Baby Eating Behaviour Appetite Traits
Enjoyment of Food Food Responsiveness Slowness in Eating Satiety Responsiveness General Appetite
ITQOL Infant-focused Conceptsc
 Overall health 0.275 0.099 −0.356b 0.042 0.252
 Growth and Development 0.348b 0.106 −0.407b 0.083 0.538a
 Bodily Pain/Discomfort 0.291 0.048 −0.462a 0.143 0.262
 Temperament and Moods 0.192 −0.030 −0.445a − 0.072 0.236
 General Health Perceptions 0.414a 0.173 −0.319b −0.243 0.225
ITQOL Parent-focused Concepts
 Parental Impact-Emotional 0.372b −0.031 −0.344b − 0.104 0.336b
 Parental Impact-Time 0.416a 0.164 −0.473a − 0.086 0.322b
 Family Cohesion 0.181 0.243 − 0.106 −0.102 0.219
  1. aSpearman’s correlation coefficient is significant at an α level of < 0.01;
  2. b Spearman correlation coefficient is significant at an α level of < 0.05
  3. cPhysical abilities concept not included in the analysis due to large number of items marked as “not doing yet”