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Table 3 Results of the moderation analyses

From: Does stigmatization moderate the association between intention and implementation of learned prevention-strategies at work after a depressive episode? – a cross-sectional pilot study

  B S.E. β t p ΔR2 95% CI
(bootstrapping)
Anticipated stigmatization
 Intention −0.18 0.22 .47 6.05 <.001   .32–.63
 Anticipated stigmatization − 1.57 0.48 −.19 −2.47 .02   −.34 – -.04
 Intention*anticipated stigmatization 0.24 0.08 .26 3.00 .003 .054 .09–.44
Experienced stigmatization
 Intention 0.21 0.18 .49 5.85 <.001   .32–.66
 Experienced stigmatization −0.94 0.56 −.15 −1.62 .11   −.33–.03
 Intention*experienced stigmatization 0.14 0.09 .16 1.50 .13 .014 −.05–.36
  1. Controlled for depressiveness. B = unstandardized regression coefficient, S.E. = standard error, β = standardized regression coefficient, t = t-value, p = p-value (significance), ΔR2 = change in R2 (explained variance by interaction term), CI = confidence interval generated with bootstrapping (N = 1000). Significant result in bold