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Table 2 Correlation coefficients between the FAAM-F (ADL and Sports subscales) and the SF-36 (physical and mental scales).

From: Evidence for validity and reliability of a french version of the FAAM

  ADL subscale FAAM-F Sport subscale FAAM-F ADL subscale FAAM original Sport subscale FAAM original ADL subscale FAAM diabetes Sport subscale FAAM diabetes
Physical Functioning 0.85 (n = 104) 0.72 (n = 102) 0.84 (n = 151) 0.78 (n = 130) 0.61 (n = 83) 0.63 (n = 83)
Physical Component Summary 0.81 n = 100) 0.72 (n = 98) 0.84 (n = 151) 0.80 (n = 130) 0.71 (n = 83) 0.72 (n = 83)
Mental Health 0.26 (n = 102) 0.21 (n = 100) 0.18 (n = 151) 0.11 (n = 130) 0.32 (n = 83) 0.22 (n = 83)
Mental Component Summary 0.37 (n = 100) 0.29 (n = 98) 0.05 (n = 151) -0.02 (n = 130) 0.29 (n = 83) 0.17 (n = 83)
  1. The two middle columns (FAAM original) present the values found by Martin et al. with the original English version, 2005[6]. The two right columns (FAMM diabetes) show the values found by Martin et al. 2009, using the original English version on patients suffering diabetes mellitus[7].