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Table 3 Adjusted OLS regression estimates for psychological demands at baseline on burnout at follow-up for groups of employees reporting a high versus a low degree of job resources

From: Longitudinal association between psychological demands and burnout for employees experiencing a high versus a low degree of job resources

  High Low p-value for interactiona
Decision Latitude (N = 1163)
  Unstandardized beta estimate 95% CI p-value Unstandardized beta estimate 95% CI p-value  
 Psychological demands 0.10 0.01–0.20 0.03 0.11 0.03–0.18 0.003 0.94
Social Capital (N = 1079)
  Beta 95% CI p-value Beta 95% CI p-value  
 Psychological demands 0.07 −0.02 – 0.15 0.13 0.05 −0.04 – 0.13. 0.27 0.97
  1. Model adjusted for burnout at baseline, gender, age (continuous), level of education, marital status, children, and organization. Decision latitude models additional adjusted for social capital and social capital models additionally adjusted for decision latitude
  2. Adjusted R2 = 0.378 for model with high decision latitude; 0.474 for model with low decision latitude; 0.391 for model with high social capital and 0.452 for model with low social capital
  3. aThe p-value for the interaction represents to p-value associated with the interaction between psychological demands and high/low decision latitude, or social capital, from a combined model