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What statistical procedures were used for this particular article?

Longo, J. (2009). The relationships between manager and peer caring to registered nurses' job satisfaction and intent to stay. International Journal For Human Caring, 13(2), 26-33.

The purpose of the analysis is:
1.Relationship between manager behavior with staff nurses' job satisfaction
r=.622, p=.000
2. Relationship between manager behavior and staff nurses' intent to leave a position in the next 12 months
r=.336, p=.001
3. Relationship between peer caring behavior and intent to leave the profession in the next 12 months r=.351, p=.000
4. Relationship between peer caring behavior and staff nurses' job satsifaction
r=.479, p=.000
5. Relationship between peer caring behavior and nurses' intent to leave a position in the next 12 months
r=.322, p=.001
6. Relationship between peer caring behavior and nurses' intent to leave the profession in the net 12 months
r=.461, p=.000

I am stuck on the statistical procedure in the chart to fill in. Can you help?

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13.____ Statistical Analysis: (4)
What were the descriptive statistics used to analyze data?
What data were analyzed by which specific descriptive statistic?
What were the inferential statistics used to analyze data?
Complete the table below for data analyzed using inferential statistics (see example in blue) that includes: purpose of analysis; statistical procedure; statistic; result ...

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The statistical procedures used for a particular articles are determined. The relationship between peer caring behavior and its intent to leave the profession in the next 12 months is determined.

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