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Table 4 Correlations within and between the JAS-15 and -70

From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: Psychometric properties of a short version of the Job Anxiety Scale

  A15 B15 C15 D15 E15 Corr. Total15 A70 B70 C70 D70 E70 Corr. Total70
A15 .699 .704 .700 .629 .808 .910 .813 .760 .740 .677 .835
B15   .624 .621 .526 .705 .727 .887 .639 .645 .606 .711
C15    .803 .658 .823 .812 .720 .916 .791 .679 .825
D15     .699 .847 .846 .727 .873 .896 .699 .875
E15      .736 .739 .655 .713 .731 .879 .770
Corr. Total15       .915 .834 .880 .857 .767
A70        .852 .892 .860 .758 .931
B70         .759 .782 .731 .848
C70          .867 .730 .894
D70           .772 .899
E70            .805
Corr. Total70            
  1. 15 = Scales of the shortened Job Anxiety Scale; 70 = Scales of the original Job Anxiety Scale; Corr. Total = The corrected scale total, excluding the respective subscale; A = Stimulus-related anxiety and avoidance behavior; B = Social anxiety and cognition of mobbing; C = Health- and body-related anxieties; D = Cognition of insufficiency; E = Job-related worrying; all correlations are significant at p < .001