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Table 3 Hierarchical regression analyses predicting mood-related psychiatric burden

From: The relationship between existential well-being and mood-related psychiatric burden in Indian young adults with attachment deficits: a cross-cultural validation study

Step and predictor variableAnxietyDepressionSomatizationGSI
R2ΔR2βR2ΔR2βR2ΔR2βR2ΔR2β
Step 1 .00.00 .00.00 .00.00 .00.00 
 Sex  .04  .01  −.01  .02
Step 2 .09**.09** .16**.16** .08**.08** .15**.15** 
 Sex  .09  .09  .04  .09
 AX  .29**  .41**  .28**  .40**
 AV  −.05  .01  .04  .00
Step 3 .10**.01 .18**.02* .08**.00 .16**.01 
 Sex  .10  .10  .05  .10
 AX  .28**  .39**  .28**  .39**
 AV  −.06  −.02  .03  −.02
 EWB  −.12*  −.12*  −.03  −.11*
 RWB  .07  −.01  .01  .03
  1. * p < .05, **p < .01, Dependent variables: Anxiety, Depression, Somatization, GSI; Independent variables: Sex, AX, AV, EWB, RWB; ΔR2 = Differences between two subsequent R2, GSI Global Severity Index (BSI-18), AX Anxious Attachment (ECR-RD), AV Avoidant Attachment (ECR-RD), EWB Existential Well-Being (MI-RSWB), RWB Religious Well-Being (MI-RSWB)