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A serdülőkori pszichológiai jóllét multidimenzionális mérőeszköze: Az EPOCH kérdőív magyar változatának (EPOCH-H) pszichometriai jellemzői

A multidimensional measure of adolescent psychological well-being: Psychometric properties of the Hungarian version of the EPOCH scale (EPOCH-H)

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Author: Láng András

. Personality and Individual Differences , 37 ( 7 ), 1359 – 1369 . Cohen , J. , Cohen , P. , West , S.G. , & Aiken , L.S. ( 2003 ). Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis

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interaction, physical health components, the amount of weekly gaming and problematic gaming behavior (GAS scores). The total GAS scores were also used in this analysis, but other variables’ coding was not modified for the purpose of correlation analysis

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Cohen, J., Cohen, P., West, S. G. & Aiken, L. S. (2003). Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral science (3rd ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Aiken L. S

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examine relationship between results of clinical assessments and functional connectivity, Pearson correlation analysis tested relations between the functional seed-target connectivity and behavioral performance. Statistical analyses were conducted by using

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. All values were expressed as the mean and standard deviation ( SD ). To assess the relationship between gambling severity (CPGI-PGSI) and EEG recordings, we used a Pearson’s partial correlation analysis that controlled for age, education, BDI score

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(GMV) differences were observed in the OFC when the groups were stratified with respect to sex (male, p  = .001; female, p  = .007) The correlation analysis showed that smaller GMV in the right OFC was

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L. S. Aiken 2003 Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral science Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Mahwah, NJ

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, (ii) correlational analysis of the main variables of the study by estimation of Pearson’s product–moment correlation coefficients with 95% bias-corrected and -accelerated (BCa) confidence interval (CI) and accompanying coefficients of determination ( R

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correlation analysis Pre-processing images were modeled using a general linear model, which would convolve the experimental conditions with the canonical hemodynamic response function. For each subject, two conditions (within-subject factors) were defined in

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, we performed one-tailed Pearson’s correlation analysis, merging the PSU and CON groups to investigate the relationships between relative rsFC strength and clinical measures, including SAPS and BSCS scores. Previous studies demonstrated

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