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Table 2 Means and correlations for TPB constructs and two diabetes related clinical behaviours.

From: Using psychological theory to understand the clinical management of type 2 diabetes in Primary Care: a comparison across two European countries

  Foot inspection (1 = strong disagreement; 7 = strong agreement). Prescribing Statins (1 = strong disagreement; 7 = strong agreement).
Country INT ATT SN PBC % Patients reporting foot inspection INT ATT SN PBC % Patients reporting statin use
Netherlands (n = 65)           
Mean (SD) 4.48 (1.89) 6.14 (0.79) 5.23 (1.28) 5.44 (1.18) 39.5 (23) 5.57 (1.36) 6.35 (0.75) 5.29 (1.51) 5.98 (0.98) 37.8 (17)
Pearson Correlation           
Intention - .36ns .22ns .01ns -.103ns - .65** .37* .30* .17ns
PBC - - - - .037ns - - - - .07ns
England (n = 110)           
Mean (SD) 4.69 (1.85) 5.96 (0.99) 5.18 (1.44) 4.73 (1.38) 56.9 (17) 4.65 (1.71) 5.72 (1.18) 5.49 (1.16) 5.65 (1.12) 25.4 (10)
Pearson Correlation           
Intention - .63** .61** .22* -.135ns - .57** .50** .53** -.11ns
PBC - - - - -.139ns - - - - -.09ns
Overall (n = 175)           
Mean (SD) 4.61 (1.86) 6.03 (0.93) 5.20 (1.38) 4.99 (1.35) 49.1 (22) 5.04 (1.63) 6.00 (1.02) 5.40 (1.31) 5.79 (1.07) 31.7 (15)
Pearson Correlation           
Intention - .53** .47** .13ns -.002ns - .63** .39** .48** .15ns
PBC - - - - -.144ns - - - - .06ns
  1. **. correlation significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed) *. correlation significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed) ns model not significant
  2. INT = Intention. ATT = Attitude. SN = Subjective Norm. PBC = Perceived Behavioural Control