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Table 2 Results of multilevel autoregressive models estimating emotional inertia and its associations with baseline level of subjective well-being model results

From: Daily emotional inertia and long-term subjective well-being among people living with HIV

Model Daily negative emotions Daily positive emotions
  Est 95%CI Est 95%CI
LL UL LL UL
Autoregressive only
Raw       
mean 2.01*** 1.79 2.14 2.90*** 2.75 3.06
inertia .45*** .34 .55 .38*** .24 .52
Standardized       
mean 1.74*** 0.95 3.62 1.26*** 0.66 2.21
inertia .44*** .35 .53 .38*** .23 .51
Satisfaction with life
mean − .44*** − .72 − .18 .54*** .36 .93
inertia .03 − .25 .32 .08 − .19 .38
Negative affect
mean .23 − .04 .48 − .21 − .46 .01
inertia .16 − .16 .51 .01 − .33 .24
Positive affect
mean − .31*** − .61 − .03 .48*** .29 .84
inertia − .26 − .59 .00 − .22 − .51 .02
  1. Standardized results are within-level standardized estimates averaged over clusters. All the results provided for well-being indicators are standardized. ***p < .001