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Table 4 Spearman’s rank correlation between MMI and study measures

From: Validity evidence for the Hamburg multiple mini-interview

  1. MMI 2. Trait EI (TEIQue-SF) 3. Emotion Management
(STEM)
4. GP psychosocial competencies 5. GP suitability
Study 1:
 2. Trait EI (TEIQue-SF) .07 (−.19/.30), n = 69     
 3. Emotion Management (STEM) .05 (−.17/.27), n = 69 .16* (.03/.28), n = 247    
Study 2:
 4. GP psychosocial competencies .32* (.04/.55), n = 59 −.14 (−.43/.15), n = 44 −.07 (−.38/.25), n = 44   
 5. GP suitability .42** (.17/.64), n = 58 −.15 (−.42/.15), n = 44 .01 (−.31/.36), n = 44 .71** (.62/.79), n = 193  
Study 3:
 6. OSCE .23* (.03/.41), n = 89 .12 (−.13/.34), n = 67 −.06 (−.30/.19), n = 67 .08 (−.08/.24), n = 181 .15 (−.002/.29), n = 180
  1. * p < .05, ** p < .01
  2. 95% confidence interval in parentheses
  3. MMI = multiple mini-interview, EI = emotional intelligence, TEIQue-SF = Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire Short Form, STEM = Situational Test of Emotion Management, GP = general practice, OSCE = objective structured clinical examination