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Table 4 Influence of individual characteristics on attitudes toward a resveratrol supplement, linear regression

From: Resveratrol food supplements: a survey on the role of individual consumer characteristics in predicting the attitudes and adoption intentions of US American and Danish respondents

Independent variables B t p B t p
  DK: US:
R2 = .401 (adjusted .383); R2 = .409 (adjusted .387);
F (12) = 22.118, p = .000 F (12) = 18.420, p = .000
Gender .116 1.110 .268 -.047 -.450 .653
Age -.004 −1.112 .267 .005 1.329 .185
Education .118 1.191 .234 -.328 −3.061 .002
  R2 = .004 (−.003), F(3) = .531 R2 = .025 (.017), F(3) = 3.199
BMI .001 .067 .947 .013 1.525 .128
Reported fitness & health -.001 -.027 .979 .048 .912 .363
Health behaviour -.013 −1.809 .071 -.010 −1.587 .114
  R2 = .015 (.007), F(3) = 2.011 R2 = .004 (−.005), F(3) = .401
Health expectation .683 14.479 .000 .567 11.065 .000
Holistic health beliefs .065 1.033 .302 .113 1.781 .076
CAM use .087 2.649 .008 .125 2.837 .005
  R2 = .364 (.360), F(3) = 85.788 R2 = .350 (.345), F(3) = 66.746
Natural product interest -.003 -.061 .951 -.090 −1.685 .093
Food indulgence interest .002 .040 .968 .139 3.131 .002
Mediterranean cuisine .065 1.845 .066 .032 .979 .328
  R2 = .022 (.016), F(3) = 3.404 R2 = .062 (.054), F(3) = 8.132
  1. Note: R2 and F values are given for each block of variables.