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Table 2 Correlations between key study variables and demographic variables at time 1

From: Self-efficacy and humanitarian aid workers

  M (SD) GSE HIRI SVS PCL-5 Sheehan Age Gender Educ. Years as worker Trauma history Types of trauma
CICSE 51.2 (7.80) .28* .48** −.26* −.30* −.39** .02 .01 −.15 .17 −.29* −.03
GSE 31.6 (4.44)   .29* −.22 −.08 −.07 .12 .01 .24 .18 .02 .15
HIRI 41.1 (3.60)    −.46** −.29* −.44** .02 .14 −.05 .20 −.10 .03
SVS 17.5 (9.41)     .41** .43** .03 −.23 −.22 −.10 .16 .04
PCL-5 9.3 (10.96)      .59** .02 −.24 .07 .11 .26* .16
Sheehan 2.9 (2.38)       −.01 −.22 −.01 −.02 .18 .04
Age 42.4 (10.51)        .01 .10 .55** .19 .16
Gender ------         .18 −.05 −.23 −.05
Education 17.1 (2.07)          .15 .08 .10
Years as worker 11.1 (8.29)           .20 .32*
History of trauma 48 (yes) 15 (no)            .53**
# types of trauma 2.9 (3.08)            
  1. Note. N = 61–63. HIRI Headington Institute Resilience Inventory, SVS Stress Vulnerability Scale, PCL-5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist Version 5, Sheehan Sheehan Global Assessment, CICSE critical incident coping self-efficacy, GSE general self-efficacy. History of trauma is a dichotomous variable. **p < .01. *p < .05