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Table 2 Multiple regression analyses for overall QoL and life satisfaction as outcome variables

From: Quality of life of depressed and suicidal patients seeking services from traditional and faith healers in rural Kenya

  Outcome Variables
  Overall Quality of Life F(10,421) = 9.984, p < .001 Life Satisfaction F(10,407) = 10.276, p < .001
Predictors β SE t p β SE t p
Age −.004 .002 −1.889 0.60 −.005 .002 −2.028 .043 *
Gender −.016 .080 −.198 .843 −.083 .079 −1.051 .294
Depression Diagnosis −.697 .080 −8.654 .000 * −.739 .081 −9.121 .000 *
Level of education
Primary −.058 .089 −.646 .519 .011 .090 .125 .900
Secondary .002 .135 .017 .986 .215 .136 1.587 .113
Marital Status
Divorced/Separated −.147 .135 −1.085 .278 .225 .136 1.656 .098
Married/Cohabiting −.252 .115 −2.195 .029 * −.035 .116 −.306 .760
Employment Status
Self Employed .208 .081 2.579 .010* .167 .081 2.074 .039 *
Employed .019 .121 .158 .875 .104 .120 .873 .383
Suicidal Ideation −.021 .009 −2.307 .022 * −.008 .009 −.811 .418
  R2 = .192 R2 = .202
  1. *p < .05
  2. Bold are significant values