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The low estimates of partial correlation, varying between -0.
Therefore, we performed a partial correlation analysis between reading speed for a normal passage and final tactile sensitivity after removing the individual factors of number of years reading braille, the age at onset of blindness, or both.
in the partial correlation measurements with age control, between [V50.
These coefficients were first calculated for the complete sample and then by sequentially estimating the partial correlation controlling for the other three variables.
As shown below, when the effect of one of these two variables is controlled, the partial correlation between the other variable and stress becomes non-significant.
A partial correlation is noticeable, however, and the Pearson correlation between the two variables is ~0.
To achieve the stated study aims, partial correlations were performed adjusting for those covariates suggested by significant associations in the unadjusted analyses.
A natural prevention of global market dominance in diversified portfolio creation is to use partial correlation with respect to the world market.