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Table 3 Multivariate Regression models of avoidance behavior on SHS exposure in the pre-school child's mother from 30 kindergarten schools in Hualien County, Taiwan (N = 919)

From: Second-hand smoke exposure and the factors associated with avoidance behavior among the mothers of pre-school children: a school-based cross-sectional study

   Model Mult. R Adjust R2
(%)
R2change
(%)
Sig. change
   Model 1 0.29 0.68 8.2 F change = 5.70 P < 0.001
   Model 2 0.51 0.25 17.8 F change = 153.01 P < 0.001
   Model 3 0.52 0.26 1.5 F change = 12.85 P < 0.001
   Model 4 0.54 0.28 1.8 F change = 16.47 P < 0.001
   Model 5 0.55 0.28 0.7 F change = 6.11 P < 0.05
   Model 6 0.71 0.49 19.9 F change = 251.01 P < 0.001
   Model 7 0.75 0.55 6.2 F change = 88.89 P < 0.001
   Model 8 0.75 0.56 0.7 F change = 9.66 P < 0.01
  1. Model 1: This model included socio-demographic factors.
  2. Model 2: The variables included socio-demographic factors and current smoker.
  3. Model 3: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, and spouse current smoker.
  4. Model 4: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, spouse current smoker, and SHS exposure time.
  5. Model 5: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, spouse current smoker, SHS exposure time, and child's SHS exposure time.
  6. Model 6: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, spouse current smoker, SHS exposure time, child's SHS exposure time, and self-efficacy.
  7. Model 7: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, spouse current smoker, SHS exposure time, child's SHS exposure time, self-efficacy, and attitude.
  8. Model 8: The variables included socio-demographic factors, current smoker, spouse current smoker, SHS exposure time, child's SHS exposure time, self-efficacy, attitude, and knowledge.