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Table 4 Multilevel mixed-effects linear regression testing the impact of social capital on self-rated health, post-Transform (Endline data)

From: The relationship between social capital and self-rated health: a multilevel analysis based on a poverty alleviation program in the Philippines

VariablesUnstandardised estimate (S.E.)
Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 4
Intercept79.71 (0.74)***31.81 (10.02)***31.78 (5.53)***34.31 (10.12)**
Fixed effects
 Bonding SC −4.44 (3.31)−3.25 (2.24)−10.15 (4.20)*
 Bridging SC 6.20 (3.16)*5.38 (2.19)*−7.80 (12.46)
 Cognitive SC 4.22 (2.66)5.42 (2.77)*10.14 (4.12)*
 Bonding SC x Bridging SC   27.26 (13.82)*
 Bridging SC x Cognitive SC   −13.94 (6.99)*
Random effects
Level 1 variance375.87 (37.90)361.71 (36.09)326.28 (10.76)323.96 (31.17)
Level 2    
  Variance of random intercepts (RI)14.82 (5.89)15.65 (6.21)196.60 (53.09)195.74 (72.06)
  Variance of random slopes (RS)  256.37 (71.25)256.41 (82.10)
  Covariance between the RI and RS  −216.55 (59.85)− 215.56 (75.40)
 ICCa0.0380.041  
Model information criteria
 AIC19,041.1816,917.7816,796.4816,788.62
  1. * p < 0.05; ** p < 0.01; *** p < 0.001
  2. a A single estimate for ICC is not available for Models 3 and 4 as it is a function of the variable for which random slopes are specified (i.e. conditional on the values of cognitive social capital)
  3. The following covariates were also controlled for in the models: age, sex, marital status, number of people in household, highest educational attainment, whether the respondent is in work, religion, food security and hygiene. The estimates for these variables can be found in Additional file 1: Table S7A
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