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Table 7 Multilevel linear model regressing psychological distress on mean occupational prestige in the network, 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 6a Model 6b
  B 95% CI B 95% CI
Fixed effects     
Constant 67.708 [64.550- 70.866] 67.715 [64.557- 70.873]
Women -2.713** [-4.504- -0.922] -2.708** [-4.499- -0.917]
Having a partner 1.992 [-0.137- 4.121] 1.985 [-0.144- 4.114]
Easy nor hard to get by 4.843** [1.823- 7.863] 4.840** [1.820- 7.860]
(Very) easy to get by 8.318*** [5.327- 11.309] 8.319*** [5.328- 11.310]
Age 0.036 [-0.013- 0.085] 0.036 [-0.013- 0.085]
Income per capita -0.001 [-0.003- 0.001] -0.001 [-0.003- 0.001]
Resilience 3.440*** [2.868- 4.012] 3.441*** [2.869- 4.013]
Mean occupational prestige 0.065 [-0.035- 0.165] 0.084 [-0.057- 0.225]
Mean occupational prestige *women    -0.035 [-0.225- 0.155]
  σ 2 SE σ 2 SE
Random effects     
Level 2 constant 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
Level 1 constant 182.697 8.593 182.672 8.429
Deviance 7273.320   7273.193  
Difference in deviance    0.127  
p    0.722  
  1. *p ≤ 0.05, **p ≤ 0.01, ***p ≤ 0.001.