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Table 4 Correlation coefficients between psychosocial scales and dietary intake estimates for study 2.

From: Reliability and validity of brief psychosocial measures related to dietary behaviors

   % energy from fat Fiber grams per 1000 kcal Fruit servings per 1000 kcal Vegetable servings per 1000 kcal
  Sample r 95% CI r 95% CI r 95% CI r 95% CI
Dietary Fat Reduction
   Pros Men -.05 -.14, .04 .05 -.04, .14 .05 -.04, .14 .04 -.05, .13
  Women -.08 -.18, .02 .06 -.04, .16 .11 .01, .21 -.04 -.14, .06
   Cons Men .17** .08, .26 -.15* -.24, -.06 -.16* -.25, -.07 -.17** -.26, -.08
  Women .22** .12, .31 -.20** -.29, -.10 -.17* -.26, -.07 -.17** -.26, -.07
   Self-efficacy Men -.07 -.16, .02 .10 .01, .19 .10 .01, .19 .15* .06, .24
  Women -.08 -.18, .02 .19** .09, .28 .20** .10, .29 .24** .15, .33
Dietary Fiber and Whole Grains
   Pros Men .01 -.08, .10 .02 -.07, .11 .01 -.08, .10 .08 -.01, .17
  Women -.12 -.22, -.02 .11 .01, .21 .14* .04, .23 .06 -.04, .16
   Cons Men .15* .06, .24 -.22** -.31, -.13 -.11 -.20, -.02 -.12* -.21, -.03
  Women .15* .05, .24 -.25** -.34, -.16 -.17* -.26, -.07 -.16* -.25, -.06
   Self-efficacy Men -.01 -.10, .08 .24** .15, .33 .11 .02, .20 .28** .19, .36
  Women -.11 -.21, -.01 .24** .15, .33 .27** .18, .36 .24** .15, .33
Fruit & Vegetable
   Pros Men .06 -.03, .15 -.05 -.14, .04 -.01 -.10, .08 .08 -.01, .17
  Women -.02 -.12, .08 .06 -.04, .16 .15* .05, .24 .03 -.07, .13
   Cons Men .14* .05, .23 -.18** -.27, -.09 -.18** -.27, -.09 -.27** -.35, -.18
  Women .20** .10, .29 -.24** -.33, -.15 -.23** -.32, -.14 -.20** -.29, -.10
   Self-efficacy Men -.10 -.19, -.01 .19** .10, .28 .25** .16, .34 .28** .19, .36
  Women -.12 -.22, -.02 .24** .15, .33 .30** .21, .39 .30** .21, .39
Healthy Eating
Change strategies Men -.14* -.23, -.05 .25** .16, .34 .21** .12, .30 .27** .18, .35
  Women -.19** -.28, -.09 .31** .22, .40 .24** .15, .33 .30** .21, .39
   Social support Men -.18** -.27, -.09 .19** .10, .28 .17** .08, .26 .26** .17, .35
  Women -.13* -.23, -.03 .16* .06, .25 .19** .09, .28 .10 .00, .20
   Environment Men .00 -.09, .09 .13* .04, .22 .03 -.06, .12 .19** .10, .28
  Women -.04 -.14, .06 .13* .03, .23 .17* .07, .26 .14* .04, .23
   Enjoyment Men -.18** -.27, -.09 .37** .29, .45 .22** .13, .31 .28** .19, .36
  Women -.36** -.44, -.27 .35** .26, .43 .28** .19, .37 .23** .14, .32
  1. Note. * p < .01; ** p < .001