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Table 2 Bi-variate correlations between study variables

From: Role of individual perceptions in the consistent use of malaria preventive measures: mixed methods evidence from rural Rwanda

Subscales N of items Cronbach’s alpha M (SD) 1  3  4  5  7
1. Perceived severity 8 .76 4.38 (.51)        
2. Perceived susceptibility 8 .71 3.44 (.68) .24**       
3. Perceived self-efficacy 7 .77 4.37 (.50) .42** .11*      
4. Perceived response efficacy 6 .64 3.92 (.63) .35** .06 .52**     
5. Subjective norms 9 .86 2.99 (.74) − .03 − .03 .04 .01    
6. Perceived discomfort 5 .69 1.74 (.66) − .27** − .05 − .49** − .35** − .02   
7. Perceived lack of information 2 .76 2.13 (1.01) − .31** − .13** − .49** − .35** − .13** .38**  
8. Behavioural intentions 7 .90 4.53 (.47) .38** .11* .62** .45** .15** − .49** − .52**
  1. M mean, SD standard deviation
  2. p < .01; ** p < .001