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Table 4 Pearson’s correlation matrix between total IQ and TLN-C subtests

From: Evidences of validity and reliability of the Luria-Nebraska Test for Children

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
(1) IQ 1            
(2) MS .352** 1           
(3) RY .397** .314** 1          
(4) TS .383** .279** .291** 1         
(5) VS .246** .102* .167** .173** 1        
(6) RS .134** .251** .212** .128** .140** 1       
(7) ES .164** .299** .210** .137** .270** .241** 1      
(8) WR .495** .232** .386** .368** .323** .099* .143** 1     
(9) RE .452** .228** .317** .319** .326** .112** .217** .795** 1    
(10) MR .564** .252** .350** .294** .360** .114** .206** .587** .604** 1   
(11) IM .434** .193** .323** .302** .238** .171** .233** .376** .337** .350** 1  
(12) Total .641** .485** .619** .609** .440** .282** .339** .824** .788** .750** .553** 1
  1. Note: MS motor skill, RY rhythm, TS tactile skill, VS visual skill, RS receptive speech, ES expressive speech, WR writing, RE reading, MR mathematical reasoning, IM immediate memory
  2. *p < .05
  3. **p < .01