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Table 2 Descriptive statistics and correlations for five components of in-group identification

From: A hierarchical (multicomponent) model of in-group identification: adaptation of a measure to the Brazilian context

Component α M SD ISS IGH SA SO CE
Region of the country
 Individual self-stereotyping (ISS) .88 4.81 1.56 .51 * .44* .52* .48*
 In-group homogeneity (IGH) .80 4.81 1.42   .35* .51* .35*
 Satisfaction (SA) .91 5.91 1.18    .63 * .45 *
 Solidarity (SO) .86 5.42 1.44     .64 *
 Centrality (CE) .79 4.67 1.63     
University
 Individual self-stereotyping (ISS) .94 4.18 1.72 .43 * .47* .69* .42*
 In-group homogeneity (IGH) .85 4.41 1.55   .23* .41* .29*
 Satisfaction (SA) .89 4.58 1.41    .62 * .46 *
 Solidarity (SO) .85 4.80 1.54     .59 *
 Centrality (CE) .78 3.95 1.51     
  1. Note: Italic correlations are those of scales that refer to the same dimension. *p ≤ .01