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Table 2 Mental distress and social support as determinants of health-related quality of life

From: Type D personality, mental distress, social support and health-related quality of life in coronary artery disease patients with heart failure: a longitudinal observational study

   Health related quality of life Depressive symptoms Anxiety symptoms Social support
β   β   β   β  
Model 1 R2   0.07***   0.07***   0.09***   0.02**
  ΔR2   0.07***   0.07***   0.09***   0.02**
Age   0.08   0.15***   -0.03   -0.07*  
Gender   0.26***   0.20***   0.31***   -0.09*  
Model 2 R2   0.11***   0.08***   0.11***   0.02**
  ΔR2   0.04***   0.01*   0.02**   0.001
Age   -0.11**   0.12***   -0.06   -0.08*  
Gender   0.24***   0.18***   0.29***   -0.09*  
Acute MI   -0.15***   -0.02   -0.07   0.00  
NYHA   0.17***   0.10**   0.12**   0.04  
Model 3 R2   0.30***   0.46***   0.43***   0.09***
  ΔR2   0.19***   0.38***   0.32***   0.07***
Age   -0.13***   0.14***   -0.12***   -0.04  
Gender   0.12***   -0.01   0.18***   -0.04  
Acute myocardial infarction   -0.13***   0.01   -0.05*   -0.01  
NYHA   0.11***   0.03   0.06*   0.06  
Anxiety symptoms   0.20***   0.48***    0.02  
Depressive symptoms   0.25***    0.50***   -0.27***  
Social support   -0.04   -0.16***   0.01   
Type D personality   0.09*   0.21***   0.16***   -0.03  
  1. *p value < 0.05; **p value < 0.01; ***p value < 0.001; NYHA – New York Heart Association functional class.