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Table 3 Partial correlations between hormone levels (n = 10 for each group, n = 30 in total)

From: Age and cognitive status dependent differences in blood steroid and thyroid hormone concentrations in intact male rats

  4A AD DHT 17OHP Prog E2 B T3 T4 TSH
T
 Coeff. 0.879 0.936 0.807 0.871 0.020 0.155 − 0.085 0.179 0.142 − 0.039
 p 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.921 0.432 0.669 0.362 0.471 0.843
4A
 Coeff.   0.796 0.677 0.842 0.041 0.231 − 0.113 0.301 0.074 − 0.074
 p   0.000 0.000 0.000 0.837 0.238 0.566 0.120 0.707 0.706
AD
 Coeff.    0.763 0.796 − 0.002 − 0.013 − 0.131 0.158 0.039 − 0.053
 p    0.000 0.000 0.991 0.947 0.506 0.422 0.845 0.788
DHT
 Coeff.     0.694 0.095 0.019 0.124 0.322 0.364 − 0.111
 p     0.000 0.631 0.922 0.531 0.094 0.057 0.575
17OHP
 Coeff.      0.084 0.127 − 0.133 0.386 0.185 − 0.004
 p      0.671 0.520 0.499 0.042 0.346 0.984
Prog
 Coeff.       − 0.201 0.565 0.276 0.110 − 0.413
 p       0.305 0.002 0.156 0.578 0.029
E2
 Coeff.        − 0.088 − 0.245 − 0.126 0.253
 p        0.656 0.209 0.524 0.194
B
 Coeff.         − 0.028 0.116 − 0.144
 p         0.888 0.555 0.464
T3
 Coeff.          0.437 − 0.078
 p          0.020 0.692
T4
 Coeff.           0.145
 p           0.463
  1. Given are the coefficients (Coeff.) and related p-values (p). Significant correlations are indicated in italics. The division into good and poor learners and the different age were addressed by appropriate control variables