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Table 5 Pearson's correlation between all scales for the Austrian and Spanish samples (Austrian data below the diagonal line, Spanish above)

From: The application of a social cognition model in explaining fruit intake in Austrian, Norwegian and Spanish schoolchildren using structural equation modelling

  Attitudes Model Encourage Demand Allow Facilitate Self-efficacy Intention Intake
Attitudes   .28** .23** .15** .14** .15** .36** .49** .24**
Modelling .28**   .32** .23** .05 .13** .22** .33** .23**
Active parental encouragement .08** .25**   .49** .17** .24** .14** .25** .10**
Demand family rule .01 .13** .46**   .14** .25** .06* .12** .11**
Allow family rule .09** .04 .08* -.02   .11** .12** .15** .06*
Parental facilitation .14** .28** .23** .21** .05   .09** .19** .20**
Self-efficacy+ .27** .16** .06 .01 .16** .12**   .47** .25**
Intention .48** .30** .05 -.01 .09** .15** .32**   .42**
Fruit intake .29** .24** -.03 -.00 .04 .22** .19** .48**  
  1. * Correlation significant at the 0.05 level
  2. ** Correlation significant at the 0.01 level.
  3. + It is the correlation for the single-item measure of self-efficacy that is reported here.