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Table 1 Descriptive statistics and correlations between theoretical predictors and self-reported behaviours

From: Planning to be routine: habit as a mediator of the planning-behaviour relationship in healthcare professionals

Providing advice regarding weight management to BMI above a target of 30 kg/m2 (N = 424)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 7.80 (2.48)    
 2. Action planning 0.14** 5.88 (0.92)   
 3. Coping planning 0.28** 0.31** 4.45 (1.26)  
 4. Habit 0.37** 0.27** 0.49** 4.81 (1.29)
Prescribing to reduce blood pressure to 140/80 mm Hg (N = 335)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 6.34 (2.64)    
 2. Action planning 0.37** 5.91 (0.84)   
 3. Coping planning 0.46** 0.48** 4.61 (1.22)  
 4. Habit 0.51** 0.31** 0.49** 3.97 (1.33)
Examining the feet (N = 218)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 6.96 (3.45)    
 2. Action planning 0.37** 6.22 (0.99)   
 3. Coping planning 0.46** 0.64** 5.53 (1.49)  
 4. Habit 0.71** 0.41** 0.53** 4.36 (1.73)
Providing diabetes self-management advice (N = 332)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 7.69 (2.58)    
 2. Action planning 0.29** 5.44 (1.16)   
 3. Coping planning 0.37** 0.61** 4.71 (1.36)  
 4. Habit 0.37** 0.51** 0.58** 4.87 (1.51)
Prescribing to reduce HbA1c levels to <8.0% (N = 288)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 6.88 (2.71)    
 2. Action planning 0.26** 5.62 (1.08)   
 3. Coping planning 0.26** 0.67** 4.76 (1.31)  
 4. Habit 0.29** 0.41** 0.51** 4.01 (1.46)
Providing diabetes-related education (N = 346)
  1 2 3 4
 1. Behaviour 7.76 (2.61)    
 2. Action planning 0.43** 5.58 (1.17)   
 3. Coping planning 0.34** 0.64** 4.49 (1.26)  
 4. Habit 0.33* 0.55* 0.56** 4.91 (1.50)
  1. Table was adapted from [12]. Permission from the authors has been obtained
  2. Means (SD) presented along the diagonal
  3. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01