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Table 1 Descriptive statistics for, and correlations between, all main study variables and covariates

From: A Social-Ecological Approach to Understanding Adolescent Sexting Behavior

Variable 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 M (SD) or % Range
1. Active sexting .34*** .15*** − .01 − .02 .05* − .11*** − .12*** .11*** .16*** 0.08 (0.33) 0–2
2. Passive sexting .21*** .21*** − .03 .03 − .19*** − .15*** .12*** .18*** 0.51 (0.78) 0–2
3. Age − .02 .01 .05* − .11*** − .04* − .01 .06** 12.89 (0.89) 11–15
4. Sexa − .07** − .00 .08*** .08** .12*** − .20*** 51.0% Male
5. Ethnicityb − .01 .00 − .03 .04 .03 95.0% White
6. MVP statusc .03 .06** .00 − .01 56.9% MVP
7. SC .35*** − .11*** − .10*** 3.52 (0.77) 0.5–5
8. PLS − .12*** − .10*** 2.28 (0.56) 0–4
9. PPP .49*** 0.46 (0.42) 0–2
10. PRP 0.32 (0.41) 0–2
  1. Note. SC = school connectedness; PLS = parental love and support; PPP = perceived susceptibility to peer-pressure; PRP = perceived susceptibility to romantic-pressure. Due to missing data, sample sizes across analyses ranged from 2,207 to 2,253
  2. aSex is coded as 1 = Boy, 2 = Girl
  3. bEthnicity is coded as 1 = White, 2 = Not White
  4. cMVP status is coded as 0 = Non-MVP, 1 = MVP
  5. *p < .05. **p < .01. ***p < .001