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Table 1 Bivariate analysis of social distance, adjusting for the effect of repeated judgements within participants1

From: Disentangling the stigma of HIV/AIDS from the stigmas of drugs use, commercial sex and commercial blood donation – a factorial survey of medical students in China

Variable n
P/J
Unstandardised Coefficient Standard Error p 95% CI
Order (base = First) 352/1044     
Second   4.81 1.7 .005 1.47 – 8.15
Third   6.06 1.7 .000 2.73 – 9.39
Age 346/1026 0.00 1.05 .997 -2.06 – 2.06
Sex (base = Male) 339/1005     
Female   -.78 1.81 .666 -4.34–2.77
Knowledge 352/1044 -.25 .50 .615 -1.24 – 0.73
Disease (base = None) 352/1044     
Leukaemia   -6.99 1.63 .000 -10.18 – -3.80
AIDS   7.39 1.63 .000 4.20 – 10.58
Co-Characteristic (base = None) 352/1044     
BT   .07 1.96 .972 -3.78 – 3.92
CBD   2.34 1.96 .235 -1.52 – 6.19
CS   19.06 1.98 .000 15.17 – 22.94
IDU   25.13 1.96 .000 21.29 – 28.97
  1. 1The analysis examined the order of the vignette presentation (Order); participants' age, sex, and knowledge of HIV/AIDS, the disease in the vignette, and the presence of a co-characteristic: none, blood transfusion, commercial blood donation (CBD), commercial sex (CS), and injecting drug use (IDU). The sample size for each analysis is also shown: both the total number of participants (P) and the total number of social distance judgments (J).