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Table 4 Analysis of the correlations between ERFC and ECB variables and Analysis of the correlations between socio-demographic variables and ERFC and ECB

From: The effectiveness of a training programme in everyday cognition in healthy older adults: a randomised controlled trial

  ERFC (1-PRE) ERFC (8-POST) ECB (1-PRE) ECB (8-POST)
ERFC (1-PRE)
 ERFC (8-POST) .566 (a)    
.000 (b)    
267 (c)    
 ECB (1-PRE) .550 (a) .333 (a)   
.000 (b) .000 (b)   
267 (c) 267 (c)   
 ECB (8-POST) .197 (a) .641 (a) .253 (a)  
.001 (b) .000 (b) .000 (b)  
267 (c) 267 (c) 267 (c)  
 AGE −.270 (a) −.228 (a) −.211 (a) −.174 (a)
.000 (b) .000 (b) .001 (b) .004 (b)
267 (c) 267 (c) 267 (c) 267 (c)
 LEVEL OF EDUCATION .325 (a) .255 (a) .302 (a) .183 (a)
.000 (b) .000 (b) .000 (b) .003 (b)
267 (c) 267 (c) 267 (c) 267 (c)
  1. (a) Spearman’s rho; (b) p; (c) n
  2. The table shows, on the one hand, the correlation of the variable “ERFC” with variable “ECB”, both with the score obtained in the Initial Assessment (1-PRE) and in that obtained in the Last Assessment (8-POST), and on the other hand, the correlation between the sociodemographic variables “Age” and “Educational Level” with the score obtained in the ERFC Questionnaire and in the ECB Battery, both with the score obtained in the Initial Assessment (1-PRE) and in the obtained in the Last Assessment (8-POST)