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Table 1 Means, standard deviation, and bivariate correlation of relative fertility costs, fertility benefits and desire

From: Individual differences in relative fertility costs and fertility benefits and their effects on fertility desire for a second child in China: a latent profile analysis

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1.Eco_P 1          
2. Ti&op_C .637** 1         
3. Con_S .238** .403** 1        
4.Hea_R .374** .559** .442** 1       
5. Par_J 0.024 −0.064 −.156** −0.049 1      
6.Mu_C .129* 0.092 −0.023 0.098 .505** 1     
7.Eld_C −0.069 −.158** 0.052 −.101* .318** .498** 1    
8. Flou_F −.188** −.122* .128* −0.025 .237** .320** .603** 1   
9.Fer_Int −.145** −.212** −.106* −.218** .292** .283** .295** .264** 1  
M 3.41 3.31 2.89 3.18 3.68 3.45 3.22 2.95 2.97  
SD 0.85 0.83 1 0.74 0.74 0.73 0.78 0.79 1.09
  1. Note: n = 396, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001, Eco_P economic pressure, Ti&op_C time pressure and opportunity cost, Con_S conflict among siblings, Hea_R health risks, Par_J parenting joy, Mu_C mutual care among siblings, Eld_C elderly care, Flou_F the flourishing of family, Fer_Int fertility desire