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Table 4 Experienced autonomy in participation predicted by perceptions of the health condition and control variables; Betas (β) and P-values (P)

From: People with activity limitations’ perceptions of their health condition and their relationships with social participation and experienced autonomy

 Autonomy outdoors: experienced limitationsAutonomy in social life and relationships: experienced limitations
Model 1#
(N = 1656)
Model 2#
(N = 1465)
Model 1#
(N = 1625)
Model 2#
(N = 1437)
βPβPβPβP
Sex (female)−.03.24−.02.39−.09<.001−.10<.001
Age.03.27.09<.001−.02.45.03.20
Education (ref: low)
 Medium−.04.12.01.75−.12<.001−.08.001
 High−.01.53.01.72−.14<.001−.12<.001
Living situation: married / cohabiting−.04.10−.05.02−.08.001−.08<.001
Activity limitations (ref: light)
 Moderate.37<.001.24<.001.22<.001.10.001
 Severe.59<.001.38<.001.36<.001.18<.001
Identity  .12<.001  .14<.001
Timeline chronic  −.06.01  −.10<.001
Timeline cyclical  −.02.49  .010.79
Consequences  .23<.001  .20<.001
Personal control  −.10<.001  −.10<.001
Treatment control  −.00.99  .04.10
Coherence  −.08.001  −.11<.001
Emotional representations  .14<.001  .12<.001
 Adj R2PAdj R2PAdj R2PAdj R2P
 .23<.01.37<.01.12<.01.26<.01
  1. # significant effects (P < .05) are shown in bold