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Table 4 Multiple linear regression analysis for scores of depressive and anxiety symptoms

From: Symptoms of depression and anxiety in Indonesian medical students: association with coping strategy and resilience

Variable Unstandardized β (95% CI) SE Standardized β t p value
Dependent variable: score of depressive symptoms
 Constant 7.226 (3.352; 11.100) 1.972   3.665  < 0.001
 Study program -0.740 (-1.829; 0.349) 0.554 -0.048 -1.334 0.183
 Secondary education -0.027 (-0.794; 0.740) 0.390 -0.002 -0.069 0.945
 Accommodation 1.410 (0.469; 2.324) 0.465 0.099 3.031 0.003
 Resilience -0.089 (-0.129; -0.049) 0.020 -0.174 -4.375  < 0.001
 Coping: emotional support -0.764 (-1.102; -0.426) 0.172 -0.152 -4.443  < 0.001
 Coping: substance use 1.193 (0.744; 1.643) 0.229 0.175 5.215  < 0.001
 Coping: denial 0.455 (0.024; 0.885) 0.219 0.072 2.073 0.039
 Coping: behavioral disengagement 1.636 (1.161; 2.112) 0.242 0.278 6.765  < 0.001
 Coping: self-blame 1.211 (0.888; 1.534) 0.164 0.256 7.365  < 0.001
Dependent variable: score of anxiety symptoms
 Constant 6.076 (2.304; 9.848) 1.920   3.165 0.002
 Gender 1.627 (0.695; 2.559) 0.474 0.124 3.429 0.001
 Region of origin 1.027 (0.384; 1.669) 0.327 0.114 3.138 0.002
 Year of study -0.490 (-0.755; -0.225) 0.135 -0.132 -3.626  < 0.001
 Resilience -0.081 (-0.121; -0.042) 0.020 -0.174 -4.104  < 0.001
 Coping: substance use 1.395 (0.944; 1.846) 0.230 0.224 6.078  < 0.001
 Coping: denial 0.769 (0.334; 1.204) 0.221 0.134 3.473 0.001
 Coping: behavioral disengagement 0.723 (0.244; 1.202) 0.244 0.135 2.966 0.003
 Coping: self-blame 1.035 (0.709; 1.360) 0.166 0.240 6.249  < 0.001
  1. CI confidence interval; SE standard error; variables with p < 0.05 printed in bold