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Table 3 QAP correlation coefficients

From: Examining the effect of the individual characteristics of implementers and the interaction of multiple relationships on the structure of psychosocial intervention teams

Type of relationship 1 2 3 4 5 6
r p r p r p r p r p r p
1 User referrals (submitted)             
2 User referrals (received) .283 .001           
3 Information request (submitted) .227 .001 .218 .001         
4 Information request (received) .266 .001 .202 .001 .484 .001       
5 Recognition .124 .001 .104 .001 .255 .001 .231 .001     
6 Preference to work .062 .016 .171 .001 .342 .001 .315 .001 .239 .001   
  1. In terms of the overlap magnitude, when the value of the Pearson r coefficient ranges from 0.1 to 0.3, a small correlation is reflected, values between 0.3 and 0.5 indicate a moderate correlation, and values higher than 0.5 reflect a high correlation [26]