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Table 3 The Spearman correlation coefficient between the potential factors and PTSD

From: Risk factors for PTSD of Shidu parents who lost the only child in a rapid aging process: a cross-sectional study

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1.PTSD1            
2.Gender.330**1           
3.Income−.219**−.239**1          
4.Age−.079−.316**.318**1         
5.Age of being Shidu.166*−.13.165*.520**1        
6.Marriage.058.071−.071−.045−.0611       
7.Education.046−.063.089−.062−.138.0521      
8.Annual hospital visit.331**.317**−.045−.043.026.025−.151     
9.Medical conditions.276**.138.042.097.133−.012−.056.440**1    
10.Years of being Shidu−.221**−.046.001.078−.769**.009.067−.028−.0861   
11.Gender of dead child−.008.04−.098−.187*−.145.011−.103.058−.073.0651  
12.Age of dead child.218**−.025.07.315**.874**.017−.111.123.076−.784**−.1441 
13.causes.180*.019−.055.109.007.047.085.042−.062.111.045−.0041
  1. Note: PTSD Post-trauma stress disorder
  2. * means p < 0.05 and ** means p < 0.01