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Table 6 Standardized coefficients from hierarchical regression models of COVID-19 health services disruptions

From: Trust in health information sources and its associations with COVID-19 disruptions to social relationships and health services among people living with HIV

Variables Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5
Demographic characteristics
 Age .037 .053 .024 .032 .027
 Gender .059 .045 .072 .080 .070
 Years education −.091 −.066 −.035 −.026 −.003
Exposure to information
 COVID-19 Knowledge   −.110* −.114* −.081 −0.69
 Phone Screen-time   .007 .029 .027 .018
Perceived vulnerability
 Self-Concern about COVID-19    .240** .246** .244**
 Concern for others about COVID-19    −.070 −.073 −.048
General Medical Mistrust
 Medical Mistrust     .199** .178**
Trust sources
 Government      .102
 CDC      −.180**
 State Health Department      .011
 Online / Social Media      .011
  F(3,449) = 2.32, p = .075
R2 = .015
F(5,447) = 2.40, p = .036
R2 = .026
R2 Δ = .011
F(7,445) = 4.09, p < .001
R2 = .060
R2 Δ = .034**
F(8,444) = 6.08, p < .001
R2 = .099
R2 Δ = .039**
F(12,440) =4.99, p < .001
R2 = .120
R2 Δ = .021*
  1. Note: R2 Δ = R2 change, * p < .05, ** p < .01