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Table 4 Correlation between stress domains, trait EI, anxiety and depression symptoms

From: The relationship between stress, trait emotional intelligence and mental health amongst Gaza’s basic-year medical students during the COVID-19 outbreak

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1. Academic year -            
2. Academic performance −.157** -           
3. ARS −.034 −.176** -          
4. IRS .005 −.085 .572** -         
5. TLRS −.102* −.121* .745** .541** -        
6. SRS −.080 −.128* .665** .496** .603** -       
7. DRS .048 −.275** .436** .358** .393** .350** -      
8. GARS .013 −.119* .595** .427** .510** .407** .397** -     
9. Stress (total) −.037 −.185** .907** .773** .839** .763** .583** .684** -    
10. Trait EI −.131* .212** −.272** −.184** −.229** −.202** −310** −410** −.324** -   
11. Anxiety .067 −.147** .322** .254** .248** .217** .262** .286** .343** −.424** -  
12. Depression .017 −.186** .355** .227** .360** .200** .324** .312** .380** −.506** .680** -
  1. **Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)
  2. *Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)