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Table 4 Results indicating relative conditional indirect effects trauma exposure on craving via PTSD symptomatology by levels of awareness (n = 245)

From: Acting with awareness moderates the association between lifetime exposure to interpersonal traumatic events and craving via trauma symptoms: a moderated indirect effects model

Trauma exposure categorya b Boot SE LLCI ULCI
No trauma → PTSD → craving
 Low awareness -.41 .18 -.80 -.11
 Average awareness -.17 .08 -.35 -.04
 High awareness -.03 .07 -.18 .11
 Index of moderated mediation .03 .02 .01 .07
Child trauma only → PTSD → craving
 Low awareness -.17 .10 -.40 -.02
 Average awareness -.03 .05 -.15 .06
 High awareness .05 .08 -.09 .22
 Index of moderated mediation .02 .01 -.0005 .05
Adult trauma only → PTSD → craving
 Low awareness -.25 .14 -.56 -.05
 Average awareness -.12 .07 -.29 -.02
 High awareness -.05 .06 -.20 .07
 Index of moderated mediation .02 .01 .0002 .04
  1. Coefficients are presented in unstandardized form. Boot SE Bootstrapped standard error, LLCC lower-level confidence interval, ULCI upper-level confidence intervals. Bold indicates statistical significance at p < .05
  2. aReference group was both childhood and adulthood trauma → PTSD → craving