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Table 5 Regression model for positive attitudes

From: Cross-sectional study on nurses’ attitudes regarding coercive measures: the importance of socio-demographic characteristics, job satisfaction, and strategies for coping with stress

Positive attitudes to CM (Radj.2 = 0.218, p < 0.001)
Independent variables b SE β p
Gender −0.738 0.199 −0.236 < 0.001
Education −0.112 0.206 − 0.034 0.587
Years of service −0.024 0.011 −0.149 0.023
Ward 0.080 0.212 0.025 0.705
Hospital −0.018 0.054 −0.019 0.745
Emotion-focused coping strategies 0.023 0.010 0.139 0.020
Less-threatening behaviour 0.073 0.029 0.157 0.012
Threatening behaviour 0.067 0.056 0.073 0.230
JDI satisfaction with work −0.016 0.009 −0.118 0.080
JDI satisfaction with salary 0.006 0.012 0.036 0.597
  1. Legend: R2, R-Squared; b, regression coefficient; SE, standard error of regression coefficient; β, standard regression coefficient; p, statistical significance