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Table 5 The interaction between social support and resilience on mental health

From: Effects of sources of social support and resilience on the mental health of different age groups during the COVID-19 pandemic

  MHI
B SE T P
Total sample
(N = 23,192)
constant 5.00 0.02 239.67 <.001
X1(class2) 0.06 0.02 3.65 <.001
X2(class3) −0.01 0.01 − 0.59 0.555
X3(class4) 0.03 0.02 2.02 0.043
X4(class5) 0.34 0.02 15.75 <.001
resilience 0.45 0.02 30.00 <.001
X1*resilience −0.04 0.02 −1.66 0.096
X2*resilience 0.02 0.02 1.06 0.288
X3*resilience −0.05 0.02 −2.32 0.020
X4*resilience −0.24 0.02 −10.05 <.001
age 0.003 0.001 2.97 0.003
X1*age −0.002 0.001 −2.22 0.026
X2*age −0.001 0.001 −1.10 0.270
X3*age −0.001 0.001 −0.99 0.323
X4*age −0.001 0.001 −0.68 0.496
resilience*age −0.002 0.001 −1.57 0.116
X1*resilience*age 0.002 0.002 1.47 0.142
X2*resilience*age 0.003 0.001 1.97 0.049
X3*resilience*age 0.003 0.002 1.78 0.075
X4*resilience*age 0.000 .002 .043 .966
gender −0.006 0.01 −0.63 0.531
diseases −0.09 0.01 −6.88 <.001
R2 0.000 0.153
  1. Note. class 2 = predominantly proximal support class, class 3 = predominantly remote support class, class 4 = moderate social support class, class 5 = high social support class