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Table 5 NRT without support: direct, indirect, and total effects on beliefs and intentions

From: General practitioners' beliefs about effectiveness and intentions to prescribe smoking cessation medications: qualitative and quantitative studies

Outcome variable Predictor variable Effects a
   Direct Indirect Total
Intention to prescribe NRT without support
SMC = 0.31, 95% CI: .23 to .39, p < .01. f 2 = 0.45
Perceived ineffectiveness (without support) -.33*** - -.33***
  Perceived neglect of psychological aspects of smoking -.50*** -.06*** -.56***
  Perceived incorrect use - -.19*** -.19***
Perceived ineffectiveness (without support) Perceived incorrect use .57*** - .57***
SMC = 0.43, 95% CI: .36 to .52, p < .01. Perceived neglect of psychological aspects of smoking .19*** - .19***
  1. Notes: aunstandardised coefficients, **p < 0.05, ***p < 0.01.