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Table 2 Results of four piecewise linear growth models: influence of perceived atmosphere on the four quality of life domains and their change over time

From: Quality of life of residents living in a city hosting mega-sport events: a longitudinal study

  Estimate Standard Error Significance
Physical domain    
 Atmosphere → i .213 .041 < .001
 Atmosphere → s1 .085 .038 .023
 Atmosphere → s2 -.029 .014 .031
Social domain    
 Atmosphere → i .304 .067 < .001
 Atmosphere → s1 .191 .073 .009
 Atmosphere → s2 -.021 .022 .333
Psychological domain    
 Atmosphere → i .250 .039 < .001
 Atmosphere → s1 .075 .034 .026
 Atmosphere → s2 -.007 .013 .586
Environmental domain    
 Atmosphere → i .303 .047 < .001
 Atmosphere → s1 .077 .043 .070
 Atmosphere → s2 -.015 .014 .280
  1. Notes. Slope 1 (s1) is the change between T1 and T2; slope 2 (s2) is the change between T2 and T3; intercept (i) indicates quality of life at T2. T1 indicates the measurement during the first week of the event, T2 indicates the measurement during the week right after the World Cup (i.e., one month later), and T3 indicates the measurement four months after T1 (i.e., three months after the event had ended)