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Table 6 Multilevel linear model regressing psychological distress on volume of social capital (number of accessed positions), gender and their interaction term

From: How equal is the relationship between individual social capital and psychological distress? A gendered analysis using cross-sectional data from Ghent (Belgium)

  Model 5a Model 5b
  B 95% CI B 95% CI
Fixed effects     
Constant 67.489 [64.388- 70.590] 67.601 [64.485- 70.717]
Women -2.600** [-4.388- -0.812] -2.622** [-4.410- -0.834]
Having a partner 2.176* [0.077- 4.275] 2.095 [-0.016- 4.206]
Easy nor hard to get by 4.778** [1.820- 7.736] 4.805** [1.847- 7.763]
(Very) easy to get by 8.472*** [5.540- 11.404] 8.469*** [5.537- 11.401]
Age 0.039 [-0.014- 0.092] 0.04 [-0.013- 0.093]
Income per capita -0.001 [-0.003- 0.001] -0.001 [-0.003- 0.001]
Resilience 3.465*** [2.899- 4.031] 3.462*** [2.896- 4.028]
Volume of social capital 0.030 [-0.182- 0.242] -0.037 [-0.315- 0.241]
Volume of social capital *women    0.141 [-0.245- 0.527]
  σ 2 SE σ 2 SE
Random effects     
Level 2 constant 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
Level 1 constant 182.236 8.506 182.135 8.501
Deviance 7383.640   7383.130  
Difference in deviance    0.510  
p    0.470  
  1. *p ≤ 0.05, **p ≤ 0.01, ***p ≤ 0.001.