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Table 2 Descriptive statistics, reliability and zero-order correlations

From: A multilevel study of patient-centered care perceptions in mental health teams

Individual-level (N=314)
  M SD α 1 2    
1. Belief benefits of interprof. Coll. 6.24 .73 .92      
2. Informational role self-efficacy 81.06 14.41 .93 .32
***
    
3. Patient-centered care perceptions (I) 4.16 .94 .75 .15
**
.16
**
   
Team-level (N=48)
  M SD α rwg(j) ICC1 ICC2 1 2
1. Team adaptive and proactive performance 5.64 .36 .86 .91 .08 .35   
2. Collaboration 4.93 .56 .94 .92 .17 .57 .63
***
 
3. Patient-centered care perceptions (T) 5.58 .44 .93 .93 .13 .49 .38
**
.47
***
  1. Notes
  2. * p ≤ 0.05; ** p ≤ 0.01; *** p ≤ 0.001
  3. α: Cronbach’s alpha
  4. rwg(j): Inter-rater agreement index with a slightly skewed null distribution (LeBreton & Senter, 2008)
  5. ICC1: Type 1 intra-class correlation; proportion of variance accounted for by teams (Raudenbush & Bryk, 2002)
  6. ICC2: Type 2 intra-class correlations; reliability of the team means (Bliese, 2000)