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Table 2 Pearson Correlations between SDS-G total and items and external constructs

From: Reliability and validity of the Sheehan disability scale modified for pathological gambling

  Work Social Family SDS-G
  Total
Initial (N = 56)
 NODS- lifetime .20n.s. .01 n.s. .18 n.s. .17 n.s.
 NODS – past year .24 n.s. .16 n.s. .35 .34
 SOGS – past year .36 .16 n.s. .51 .46
 Days abstinent – prior to initial -.13 n.s. -.26 -.29 -.31
 CES .15 n.s. .30 .20 n.s. .30
Six months (N = 146)
 Perceived control -.47 -.47 -.48 -.58
 GASS -.37 -.50 -.40 -.52
 Days gambled – past month1 .26 .39 .32 .41
Twelve months (N = 142)
 Perceived control -.21 -.41 -.44 -.43
 GASS -.21 -.39 -.52 -.46
 Days gambled – past month .26 .57 .49 .52
 Craving .32 .52 .58 .59
 NODS – past year .39 .51 .53 .56
 SOGS – past year .39 .53 .56 .58
 PGSI .35 .48 .50 .52
 CES .34 .40 .50 .51
 Family support -.13 n.s. -.22 -.27 -.27
 Friend support -.22 -.27 -.35 -.33
  1. Note. NODS NORC DSM Screen for Gambling, SOGS South Oaks Gambling Screen, CES Centre of Epidemiologic Studies – Depressed Mood Scale, GASS Gambling Abstinence Self-Efficacy Scale, PGSI Problem Gambling Severity Index. All correlations significant except where indicated (ns=non-significant). 1n = 142.