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Table 5 Multivariable analysis: variables independently associated with SRHS

From: Factors associated with self-rated health status in university students: a cross-sectional study in three European countries

Variables β SE 95%-CI Partial Eta-square
Gender     0.002
   Male Ref    
   Female -0.20 0.11 (-0.41, 0.02)  
Country     0.001
   Bulgaria Ref    
   Germany -0.29 0.27 (-0.82, 0.24)  
   Poland -0.23 0.27 (-0.75, 0.30)  
Sufficiency of incomea 0.05* 0.02 (0.01, 0.10) 0.004
Psychosomatic complaintsb 0.44*** 0.06 (0.33, 0.55) 0.043
> 2 visits to a doctors in the last six months 0.028
   Yes Ref    
   No -0.27*** 0.04 (-0.36, -0.19)  
Physical activityc -0.09** 0.03 (-0.14, -0.03) 0.007
Well-beingd -0.03*** 0.01 (-0.05, -0.02) 0.011
Self-efficacye -0.27*** 0.08 (-0.42, -0.12) 0.009
Sense of coherencef -0.06* 0.03 (-0.12, -0.01) 0.004
Well-being by     0.006
   Country (Bulgaria) Ref    
   Country (Germany) -0.02* 0.01 (-0.04, -0.002)  
   Country (Poland) 0.01 0.01 (-0.01, 0.03)  
Well-being by     0.004
   Gender (Male) Ref    
   Gender (Female) 0.02* 0.01 (0.003, 0.03)  
Self-efficacy by     0.007
   Country (Bulgaria) Ref    
   Country (Germany) 0.30** 0.10 (0.11, 0.50)  
   Country (Poland) 0.20 0.11 (-0.01, 0.41)  
  1. Positive coefficients β indicate decrease in health on the 5 point scale; in contrary negative coefficients indicate a better SRHS; Ref: reference category; a per unit of the 4 point scale from 1 = "totally sufficient" to 4 = "not sufficient at all"; b1 = "never" to 4 = "very often"; c1 = "less then once" to 3 = "at least 3 times"; d0 = "lowest possible well-being" to 25 = "highest possible well-being"; e1 = "low" to 5 = "high"; f1 = "very low" to 7 = "very high"; Significance of Wald test for the coefficient = 0: *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001