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Table 4 Mediating model and the mediation effects of coping style

From: Mediating role of coping style on the relationship between job stress and subjective well-being among Korean police officers

  PANALS
 β(SE)t
(p)
95% CIβ (SE)t95% CIβ (SE)t
(p)
95% CI
PSS
 Indirect
 X → Y (a × b)
−.117
(.051)
−.224, −.033.004
(.054)
−.122,
.094
−.108
(.040)
−.193, −.042
 Direct
 X → Y (c)
−.085
(.083)
−1.022
(.309)
−.249,
.080
.096
(.095)
1.010
(.315)
−.093,
.285
−.048
(.067)
−.721
(.473)
−.180,
.084
APS
 Indirect
 X → Y (a × b)
−.074
(.040)
−.169. -.014−.006
(.038)
−.098,
.061
−.018
(.024)
−.076,
.018
 Direct
 X → Y (c)
−.128
(.079)
−1.619
(.108)
−.284,
.029
.106
(.091)
1.174
(.243)
−.073,
.286
−.137
(.067)
−2.049
(.043)
−.270, −.005
  1. PSS Problem-solving style, APS Assistance pursuit style, PA Positive affect, NA Negative affect, LS Life satisfaction.