Table 4 Means, Standard Deviations, and Correlations between coping scales with new factor structure and mental health scales (N = 1006)

From: Psychometric qualities of the English Coping Scales of the Stress and Coping Inventory in a representative UK sample

  M SD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1. Factor 1 (Religious Coping) 6.18 2.79       
2. Factor 2 (Social Support) 11.48 2.68 .20**      
3. Factor 3 (Various Coping) 17.13 3.10 .28** .52**     
4. Factor 4 (Alcohol and Cigarette Consumption) 7.79 3.18  − .003  − .11**  − .22**    
5. Factor 5 (Reflective Coping) 7.54 1.87 .38** .37** .51**  − .13**   
6. CD-RISC 24.56 8.12 .21** .43** .63**  − .21** .53**  
7. PSS-10 17.71 7.94  − .06  − .32**  − .46** .31**  − .38**  − .61**
  1. **p < 0.001, CD-RISC: Connor-David Resilience Scale 10; PSS-10: Perceived Stress Scale 10