VariablesMean (SD)123456789101112
1.Gender.49 (.50)
2.Obesity age 50 .24 (.42)-.024
3.Parental social class3.31 (1.23)-.024-.099
4.Poor hand control .20 (.47)-.147.046-.064
5.Poor co-ordination .12 ( .38)-.084.030-.009.389
6.Overall clumsiness.12 ( .37)-.129.098-.041.372.484
7.Educational qualifications2.66 (1.44)-.096-.119.320-.144-.070-.093
8.Occupational levels4.09 (1.21)-.014-.047.211-.111-.079-.097.461
9.Extraversion29.47 (6.58).078.022.028-.040-.056-.030.069.120
10.Conscientiousness 34.01 (5.26).103-.079.021-.098-.082-.
11.Psychological distress1.26 (1.73).162.046-.
12.Physical exercise4.25 (1.35).067-.073-.

Table 2. Pearson product-moment correlations of gender, adult obesity, parental social class, childhood neurological function, educational qualifications, occupational levels, personality traits, psychological distress, and physical exercise.

Note: Variables were scored such that a higher score indicated being female, a higher score on obesity, a more professional occupation for parents, highest educational qualification, more professional occupation, a higher score on Extraversion and Conscientiousness, a higher score on psychological distress, and a higher score on frequency of physical exercise.
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