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Table 3 Distribution of resilience and coping strategy, and their correlations with depressive and anxiety symptoms

From: Symptoms of depression and anxiety in Indonesian medical students: association with coping strategy and resilience

  Median (IQR) Depression Anxiety
r p value r p value
Resilience (0—100) 68 (58—77) -0.428  < 0.001 -0.298  < 0.001
Coping strategy (0—6)
Problem-focused (0 – 18) 12 (11—14) -0.188  < 0.001 -0.008 0.851
Active coping 4 (4—5) -0.160  < 0.001 -0.014 0.755
Planning 4 (4—5) -0.094 0.030 -0.002 0.958
Instrumental support 4 (3—5) -0.172  < 0.001 -0.009 0.840
Emotion-focused (0 – 30) 20 (17—22) -0.123 0.005 -0.017 0.692
Acceptance 4 (4—5) 0.000 0.996 -0.019 0.655
Humor 3 (2—4) 0.177  < 0.001 0.054 0.211
Religion 4 (3—5) -0.131 0.002 0.021 0.621
Emotional support 4 (3—5) -0.291  < 0.001 -0.104 0.017
Positive reframing 4 (4—5) -0.169  < 0.001 -0.090 0.039
Dysfunctional (0 – 36) 14 (11—16) 0.461  < 0.001 0.378  < 0.001
Self-distraction 4 (4—5) 0.115 0.008 0.084 0.051
Denial 1 (0—2) 0.268  < 0.001 0.230  < 0.001
Venting 3 (2—4) -0.006 0.885 0.008 0.849
Substance use 0 (0—0) 0.228  < 0.001 0.201  < 0.001
Behavioral disengagement 1 (0—2) 0.414  < 0.001 0.311  < 0.001
Self-blame 3 (2—5) 0.438  < 0.001 0.378  < 0.001
  1. Correlation shown using Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient; statistically significant results (p < 0.05) printed in bold