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Table 3 Interviewer Effects on Neighborhood Scale Scores.

From: Rating neighborhoods for older adult health: results from the African American Health study

  Neighborhood Scale+
Variable B coefficient* p-value
Constant 3.630 < .001
Catchment area Inner City vs. Suburbs 3.405 < .001
Interviewers (vs #1)   
Interviewer 2 1.845 .001
Interviewer 3 -1.554 .003
Interviewer 4 0.607 .158
Interviewer 5 -1.336 .033
Interviewer 6 -1.105 .015
Interviewer 7 -1.007 .065
Interviewer 8 -1.098 .053
Interviewer 9 -0.979 .070
Interviewer 10 2.623 < .001
Interviewer 11 -0.715 .368
Interviewer 12 -0.911 .079
Interviewer 13 -0.473 .313
Interviewer 14 -1.173 .009
Interviewer 15 -1.927 < .001
Interviewer 16 -0.299 .707
Interviewer 17 -0.077 .898
Interviewer 18 -1.742 .002
  1. + Scale includes summary of items measuring traffic, street condition, noise, beer, cigarettes, garbage, and residential unit condition. Scale ranges from 0–15 points. Higher scores represent worse neighborhood conditions.
  2. * Unstandardized beta coefficients
  3. R2 for this model = 0.320