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Table 4 Regression analyses of PTSD prevalence, proxys of trauma exposure and value orientation using different models

From: Differences in prevalence rates of PTSD in various European countries explained by war exposure, other trauma and cultural value orientation

  War victims Crime victims Natural disaster Road fatalities
  Beta p R2 Beta p R2 Beta p R2 Beta p R2
Model 1    0.79*    -0.39    0.15    -0.39
SVE 1.01 0.003   -.077 0.86   .20 0.67   -.04 0.93  
Aggregated Factor “Traditional” .03 0.92   -.34 0.67   -.11 0.88   -.38 0.64  
Aggregated Factor “Modern” -.35 0.35   .57 0.49   -.49 0.53   .63 0.49  
Model 2    0.82    -0.30    -1.06    0.36
SVE 5.79 0.14   3.35 0.04   -1.26 0.73   -2.5 0.08  
Aggregated Factor “Traditional” .63 0.43   -2.12 0.09   3.31 0.76   .40 0.82  
Aggregated Factor “Modern” -.33 0.59   3.17 0.04   -4.21 0.69   -2.87 0.16  
SVE x Aggregated Factor “Traditional” -3.99 0.59   .98 0.41   -5.59 0.76   -2.02 0.58  
SVE x Aggregated Factor “Modern” .98 0.89   -4.4 0.044   7.62 0.73   6.5 0.17  
Model 3    0.79    0.35    0.32    0.76
SVE 2.82 0.48   .65 0.41   -2.54 0.28   -2.53 0.02  
Conformity .04 0.87   -.64 0.14   -1.96 0.21   -4.87 0.12  
Stimulation -.20 0.73   .81 0.09   -2.16 0.21   -1.62 0.09  
SVE x conformity .08 0.73   1.28 0.11   1.88 0.21   4.68 0.12  
SVE x stimulation -1.76 0.68   -1.96 0.07   2.80 0.31   4.01 0.02  
  1. Note: SVE = specific variable expression of the main variable included in the model (i.e. war victims, crime victims, natural disaster, road fatalities, respectively); R2 = variance expressed by the model; beta = standardized betas.
  2. p-valuesfor whole model testing= p< .1, *p < 0.05, **p <0.001.