presents the correlations among the derived subscale and total
scale scores for the combined samples group. These data indicate
that low to moderate positive correlations exist between and
among the subscale scores (r range = .20, between Discipline and
Motivation and Behavioral Manifestations and between
Work-Related Stressors and Behavioral Manifestations, to .62,
between Professional Distress and Professional Involvement).
Almost 60% of the possible correlations exceeded the .40 level,
while 16% exceeded .50. In reviewing the relationships between
the subscales and the TSI total score, it was evident that
Behavioral Manifestations was least related to the TSI total
score (r = .53), whereas Time Management was the most (r = .73);
all correlations exceeded the .50 level, 7 of the 10
coefficients exceeded the .60 level, and 4 of the 10 exceeded .
70. All correlations fell at or beyond the 0.001 level of
probability, indicating that even the weakest of the
relationships was nonetheless significant. All subscales and
scale scores, therefore, were significantly related to all other
TSI subscale and scale scores.