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Table 2 Correlations between CHU9D1 dimensions and PedsQL2 dimensions

From: The construct validity of the Child Health Utility 9D-DK instrument

 WorriedSadPainTiredAnnoyedSchoolwork
Homework
SleepDaily routineActivitiesCHU9D utility
Physical Health0.350.380.440.440.340.390.380.390.480.64
0.62
Psychosocial Health0.460.430.340.380.480.440.370.410.460.65
0.65
- Emotional function0.470.530.380.310.500.410.450.400.410.68
0.69
- Social function0.280.310.210.220.380. 310.210.330.350.44
0.43
- School function0.330.290.260.380.360.380.260.360.400.51
0.50
PedsQL total score0.450.440.400.430.460.450.400.430.490.69
0.68
  1. CHU9D Child Health Utility 9 Dimension, PedsQL Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory™ 4.0 Generic Core Scales
  2. The last column shows the CHU9D utility correlations when the adult scoring algorithm (standard gamble-method) was applied, underlined numbers when the adolescent scoring algorithm (best-worst scaling-method) was applied
  3. All Spearman’s correlations are statistically significant (all p values < 0.001). The correlations between like dimensions are indicated in boldface. The three least correlated dimensions are indicated in italic