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Table 2 Correlations among the 6 behavioral datasets in each age group

From: Use of the sit-to-stand task to evaluate motor function of older adults using telemetry

A) Pearson coefficient of correlation (r) between the measurement items in elderly people (n = 59)
  F8Wa FRb ACc HRd IEMVe KEMAVf
F8W -      
FR -.524*** -     
AC -.358** .375** -    
HRT -.505** .459*** .521*** -   
IEMV -.310* .331* .310* .391** -  
KEMAV -.300* .265* .047 .176 .706*** -
B) Pearson coefficient of correlation (r) between the measurement items in young people (n = 81)
  F8W FR AC HRT IEMV KEMAV
F8W -      
FR -.340** -     
AC -.538*** .318** -    
HRT -.460*** .320** .523*** -   
IEMV -.051 .321** .268* .165 -  
KEMAV -.099 .167 .107 .064 .453*** -
  1. Correlations among the behavioral datasets were obtained in multi-group SEM analysis for each age group. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001, a: Figure-of-eight walk test, b: Functional reach, c: Arm curl, d: Heel rise, e: Iliac elevation maximum velocity, f: Knee extension maximal angular velocity