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Table 1 Descriptive statistics and bivariate correlations among all variables

From: The role of perceived well-being in the family, school and peer context in adolescents’ subjective health complaints: evidence from a Greek cross-sectional study

  Range/Categories n % M SD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Gender † ǂ Girls 659 60.6 na na 1.00       
  Boys 428 39.4          
2. Age ‡ ǂ 12-15 725 66.7 na na −0.07* 1.0      
  16-18 362 33.3          
3. PQFR 0-100 na na 69.75 24.25 0.05 −0.06** 1.00     
4. Family context 0-100 na na 70.23 20.21 0.11* −0.18* 0.33* 1.00    
5. School context 0-100 na na 64.13 18.58 −0.003 −0.27* 0.27* 0.47* 1.00   
6. Peer context 0-100 na na 70.53 21.17 0.06 −0.11* 0.24* 0.30* 0.19* 1.00  
7. SHC 1-40 na na 17.3 0.78 −0.22* 0.18* −0.21 * −0.4 * −0.33* −0. 25* 1.00
  1. M = arithmetic mean, SD = standard deviation, PQFR = Perceived Quality of Financial Resources, SHC = subjective health complaints.
  2. Girls were coded as 0 and boys as 1.
  3. Age category 12–15 was coded as 0 and age category 16–18 was coded as 1.
  4. ǂ Spearman correlation coefficient.
  5. *p < 0.01, **p < 0.05.