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Table 3 Multiple regression analyses with HSCL depression as the dependent variable (N = 420)

From: The relationship between resilience and loneliness elucidated by a Danish version of the resilience scale for adults

   Men (n = 136)   Women (n = 284)
  R-sq Crude Adj 1 Adj 2 Adj 3 CI 95% R-sq Crude Adj 1 Adj 2 Adj 3 CI 95%
Risk variable .406       .384      
 Loneliness   .75a .36a .14 .13 −.08 | .32   .57a .23a .15b .11c .00 | .21
Protection .600       .617      
 RSA pc    −.26b −.12 −.17c −.35 | .01    −.29a −.16a −.19a −.29 | -.09
 RSA fut    −.23b -.16c −.14 −.30 | .05    −.24a −.20b −.17b −.29 | -.03
 RSA sc    .10 .02 −.01 −.19 | .18    −.03 −.01 .00 −.09 | .08
 RSA fc    −.19c −.08 −.18c −.36 | -.02    −.06 −.05 −.06 −.19 | .06
 RSA sr    −.10 −.11 .06 −.18 | .32    −.06 .00 .04 −.12 | .18
 RSA ss    −.04 .03 .04 −.09 | .19    −.03 .00 −.03 −.12 | .06
 SOC .661    −.47a -.38b −.59 | -.17 .649    −.34a −.32a −.44 | −.20
Interactions .712       .678      
 Lonely × RSApc      −.16c −.30 | .02       
 Lonely × RSAfc      −.20b −.34 | −.06       
 Lonely × SOC            −.17a −.25 | −.09
Covariates .706       .685      
  1. a p < .001, b p < .01 and c p < .05. No. of resamplings = 1000. Covariates were: Age (yrs), marital status (single/cohabitation), children (no/yes), Education (teacher, nurse, biomechanics vs other), pets (no/yes), engage in sports (no/yes). RSA pc/fut/sc/fc/sr/ss = personal competence / planned future / social competence / family cohesion / social resources / structured style, SOC = Sense of Coherence