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Table 3 Correlations between recovery capital, quality of life, and social network substance use, identification, and importance

From: Social identity, social networks and recovery capital in emerging adulthood: A pilot study

  ARC WHOQOL-BREF Social Network
Variable Personal Social Physical Psych Social Enviro Group substance use Non-using groups identification Heavy using groups identification Non-using groups importance
ARC           
 Personal          
 Social .87***         
WHOQOL-BREF           
 Physical .74*** .54**        
 Psychological .62** .52* .61**       
 Social .39 .52* .24 .68***      
 Environmental .58** .72*** .49* .46* .41     
Social Network           
 Groups substance use status -.50* -.47* -.39 -.10 .02 -.44    
 Non-using groups identification .37 .44 .24 .03 .05 .53* -.81***   
 Heavy-using groups identification -.32 -.29 -.25 -.08 -.14 -.38 .66** -.41  
 Non-using groups importance .33 .38 .26 -.07 -.08 .48* -.88*** .94*** -.44
 Heavy-using groups importance -.43 -.39 -.38 -.10 -.08 -.47* .67** -.42 .90*** -.47*
  1. Note. ARC Assessment of Recovery Capital, WHOQOL-BREF World Health Organisation Quality of Life-Bref
  2. p < .10 (trend) *p < .05. **p < .01. ***p < .001