Journal of Allergy / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Validation of the English Version of the Scale for Psychosocial Factors in Food Allergy and the Relationship with Mental Health, Quality of Life, and Self-Efficacy

Table 2

Relationships (Pearson’s ) between the psychosocial impact of food allergy, quality of life, self-efficacy, mental health, FAIM scores, and demographic and food allergy characteristics.

Psychosocial impact (SPS-FA)
Social impactCrisisQoLSPS-FA total

Age of parent−.19−.06−.17−.18
Age of child−.15−.05−.14−.14
Number of allergies.
Quality of life (FAQL-PB).
Food allergy self-efficacy (FASE-P)−.46−.34−.41−.49
 Managing social activities−.47−.34−.44−.50
 Precaution and prevention−.39−.26−.32−.39
 Allergic treatment−.15−.05−.15−.14
 Food allergen identification−.10−.08−.14−.12
 Seeking information−.28−.22−.22−.29
General health questionnaire (GHQ12).

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QoL: quality of life; FAIM: food allergy independent measure.

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