For research question three, Pearson product-moment correlations were used to test the hypotheses that FFMQ and SCS would each have a significant negative relationship with AAQ-II and a significant positive relationship with MSTATS. As predicted, FFMQ (r = -.50, p < .001) and SCS (r = -.65,p < .001) each had a strong and significant negative relationship with AAQ-II among trainees.
[R.sup.2] = 14.9% Table 2 Pearson Product-Moment Correlations for Study Variables Variable SCS AAQ-II MSTAT BLRI SEQ-D-T SEQ-D-C FFMQ .64 -.50 .20 .35 .37 .13 SCS -- -.65 .44 .10 .37 .06 Note: * p < 0.05 level, ** p < 0.01 level.
While maintaining all the features of ActiveSAN, mSAN also features enhanced administration capabilities, the mStats
analysis software, automated metadata disk repair and the ability to host selected complementary applications.