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Table 3 Correlation matrix and descriptive statistics for measures of the extended TPB model

From: Supervisors’ intention to observe clinical task performance: an exploratory study using the theory of planned behaviour during postgraduate medical training

N = 821.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.MeanSDRange
1. Intention           6.62.811–7
2. Behavioural beliefs.43**          5.03.701–7
3. Normative beliefs.31**.39**         4.731.01–7
4. Control beliefs (total).38**.44**.12        54.6616.020–100
5. CB factor 11.23*.28**.13.81**       50.5424.150–100
6. CB factor 22.42**.49**.06.76**.32**      54.6618.350–100
7. Attitude.32**.47**.23*.22*.05.38**     5.331.311–7
8. Subjective norms.36**.33**.38**.14.20.23*.23*    5.351.151–7
9. Social pressure.0.24*.15−.10−.03−.22*−35**.21   3.401.771–7
10. Modelling.08−.05.42**−.08−.05−.12.02.17.09  4.831.161–7
11. PBC3.36**.33**−.04.33**.06.56**.33**.10−37**−.02 6.15.701–7
12. Past behaviour.37**.09−.05−.01−.06.14.07.43**.05.02.15784  
  1. Numbers in the first horizontal row correspond with the numbers and labels in the first vertical column
  2. 1CB factor 1: control beliefs factor 1; 2CB factor 2: control beliefs factor 2; 3PBC: perceived behavioural control; 4% of supervisors performing more than three direct observations over the past three-month period; ** Correlation significant at 0.01 level;* Correlation significant at 0.05 level