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Table 4 Mediating role of involuntary subordination and moderating role of social support in association between self-esteem and depression

From: How involuntary subordination and social support influence the association between self-esteem and depression: a moderated mediation model

predictorsModel4(Y = D)Model5(Y=IS)Model6(Y = D)
βBC 95% bootstrapped CIβBC 95% bootstrapped CIβBC 95% bootstrapped CI
SE−0.9041***(− 1.1015, − 0.7067)−2.1440***(−2.4080, − 1.8801)−0.3870**(− 0.6128, − 0.1613)
SS−0.1871***(− 0.2511, − 0.1232)−0.2867***(− 0.3722,- 0.2013)−0.1221**(− 0.1843, − 0.0600)
IS    0.2406***(0.1817, 0.2995)
SE*SS0.0122(−0.0012, 0.0265)−0.0116(− 0.0295, 0.0063)  
IS*SS    −0.0040*(−0.0078, −.0003)
F65.5453***156.3184***73.6014***
R20.25780.45310.3426
  1. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001
  2. SE Self-esteem, IS Involuntary subordination, D Depression, SS Social support, CI Confidence interval
  3. BC: Confidence intervals were bias-corrected