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Table 7 Experiment 1: bivariate correlations between person-level covariates of age and Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire subscales and global scale, as well as correlations with model-derived by-person estimates for response bias, memory, and the effect of commentinga

From: #foodie: Implications of interacting with social media for memory

  Bias Memory Comment Restraint Eating Shape Weight EDE global Age
Bias 1.000         
Memory 0.288 1.000        
Comment −0.226 0.487 1.000       
Restraint 0.088 0.034 0.043 1.000      
Eating 0.275 −0.126 − 0.255 0.579 1.000     
Shape 0.236 0.004 − 0.093 0.675 0.812 1.000    
Weight 0.197 −0.016 − 0.103 0.644 0.795 0.958 1.000   
EDE global 0.229 0.021 −0.097 0.821 0.828 0.953 0.939 1.000  
Age 0.055 0.356 0.309 0.042 −0.052 0.055 0.014 0.038 1.000
  1. Correlations that are significant at a Bonferroni-corrected alpha level of .0013 (for 36 comparisons) are marked in boldface. The Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire (EDE) included the following scales: Restraint, Eating, Shape, Weight, EDE global