Definition of intercorrelation in English:



  • A mutual relationship or connection between two or more things.

    ‘analyses showing intercorrelations between sets of variables’
    • ‘Because of this, variables with high intercorrelations were removed from the analyses.’
    • ‘The means, standard deviations, and intercorrelations among all variables used in the analyses are reported in tables 2 and 3.’
    • ‘Moderate intercorrelations between the sub-scales indicate that they are measuring distinct but related aspects of the work environment.’
    • ‘To adjust for intercorrelations among variables, we performed principal components analysis.’
    • ‘Factor analyses are applied to matrices of intercorrelations among observed score variables.’
    • ‘We calculated intercorrelations between variables using Pearson's correlation tests and Phi tests.’
    • ‘The intercorrelation of parent disapproval of the youth's involvement in risk behavior and youth intentions to engage in sexual risk behavior was low, but notable.’
    • ‘Only the first principal component was retained in each case, and intercorrelations between the principal component for accuracy, confidence, and bias scores from the two question formats were computed.’
    • ‘The next step consisted of calculating the internal consistency of each subscale to test reliability and compute the intercorrelations between the subscales and examine their associations.’
    • ‘Table 12 shows the intercorrelations between the factors reported in Table 11.’
    • ‘Table 3 shows the intercorrelations of the 13 variables.’
    • ‘Therefore, they developed a composite measure that was mathematically derived and calculated by using the intercorrelations of items within each domain.’
    • ‘Table 1 shows the intercorrelations among the study's primary variables using 1994-1995 data.’
    • ‘The responses to the sexual arousal questionnaire were factor analyzed because of statistically significant intercorrelations among items.’
    • ‘Table 2 depicts the intercorrelations of the dependent variables from the Canadian and the Chinese sample separately as well as within each gender group.’
    • ‘There were significant intercorrelations among the variables.’
    • ‘The significant intercorrelations among the mental health and family variables suggest that sexual victimization does not occur in a vacuum.’
    • ‘The intercorrelations between the seven significant independent variables were all less than r =.38.’
    • ‘Scale intercorrelations from the French-speaking sample also did not change substantially in the constrained and unconstrained models.’
    • ‘The intercorrelations between all variables appear in Table 1.’



/ˌin(t)ərˌkôrəˈlāSH(ə)n/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˌkɔrəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/