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Table 2 Pearson correlations among measured indicators in the model (N = 227)

From: Modeling lifetime abuse and cardiovascular disease risk among women

   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1. AGE 1.00             
2. CTQ −.02 1.00            
3. ASA .04 .35* 1.00           
4. ISA −.19* .34* .16* 1.00          
5. CESD-1 −.01 .32* .13* .28* 1.00         
6. CESD-2 −.09 .27* .14* .18* .60* 1.00        
7. CESD-3 −.02 .37* .27* .21* .48* .58* 1.00       
8. CESD-4 −.07 .34* .16* .31* .46* .56* .64* 1.00      
9. CESD-5 −.02 .17* .13* .17* .42* .49* .54* .54* 1.00     
10. SMOKE −.15* .24* .16* .27* .03 .07 .11 .13* .09 1.00    
11. WC .09 .19* .05 .07 .09 .06 .06 .01 .18* −.06 1.00   
12. BMI .08 .15* .04 .05 .07 .02 .02 −.03 .11 −.10 .89* 1.00  
13. SBP .40* .05 .01 −.10 .06 −.08 −.11 −.09 −.05 −.05 .39* .35* 1.00
14. DBP .24* .04 −.02 −.10 .00 −.07 −.11 −.12 .02 −.05 .46* .45* .66*
  1. CTQ Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (Emotional, Physical, Sexual), ISA Index of Spouse Abuse, ASA Adult Sexual Assault, CESD Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale measures 1 thru 5, BMI Body Mass Index, WC Waist Circumference, SBP Systolic Blood Pressure, DBP Diastolic Blood Pressure
  2. *Significant at the p < .05 level