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Table 2 Descriptive statistics and correlations between study variables

From: Quality of life, emotion regulation, and heart rate variability in individuals with intellectual disabilities and concomitant impaired vision

  n M SD Range 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Emotion Regulation Questionnaire            
1. Reappraisal 32 3.40 0.79 1.80-4.60 - -.13 .32* .40* .13 .13 .12
2. Suppression 32 2.68 0.72 1.00-4.00 -.13 - .20 .05 -.03 -.11 -.03
Comprehensive Quality of Life Scale            
3. Objective quality of life 34 3.30 0.37 2.67-4.04 .32* .20 - .60*** .35* .33* .29*
4. Subjective quality of life 34 14.15 5.73 1.14-23.57 .40* .05 .60*** - .08 .08 .08
Heart rate variability            
5. RMSSD 34 35.48 22.02 9.30-81.80 .13 -.03 .35* .08 - .96*** .70***
6. High frequency power (ms2) 34 607.77 806.05 14.00-2982.00 .13 -.11 .33* .08 .96*** - .66***
7. High frequency power (n.u.) 34 45.62 17.57 10.60-79.60 .12 -.03 .29* .08 .70*** .66*** -
  1. Notes. RMSSD = Root mean square of successive differences. Note that descriptive statistics for RMSSD and high frequency power (ms2) are displayed before log-transformation. *p < .05 (one-tailed), ***p < .001 (one-tailed).