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Table 3 Results of linear regression models predicting subjective well-being one year later from emotional inertia after control for well-being baseline level

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

Model Satisfaction with life Negative affect Positive affect
Est 95% CI Est 95% CI Est 95% CI
LL UL LL UL LL UL
Daily negative emotions
Baseline .40*** .28 .50 .18** .05 .31 .41*** .29 .51
NE mean − .45 − .79 .02 .65** .14 .95 − .30 − .75 .14
NE inertia .01 − .49 .49 − .004 − .49 .43 − .03 − .48 .48
R2 .47*** .22 .92 .52*** .10 .94 .40*** .22 .88
Daily positive emotions
Baseline .35*** .22 .47 .19*** .06 .31 .37*** .24 .48
PE mean .57*** .22 .88 − .43* − .94 − .01 .55*** .10 .86
PE inertia − .08 − .44 .26 .13 − .27 .52 − .10 − .50 .24
R2 .54*** .26 .94 .29*** .06 .94 .56*** .26 .95
  1. All the provided results are the within-level standardized estimates averaged over clusters. For Satisfaction with life and Daily negative emotions model: education = .20, 95% CI (.08, .31), p < .001. For Satisfaction with life and Daily positive emotions model: education = .19, 95% CI (.07; .31), p < .001. For Positive affect and Daily negative emotions model: relationship status = .20, 95% CI (.09, .31), p < .001; CD4 count = − .17, 95% CI (− .27, − .06), p < .001. For Positive affect and Daily positive emotions model: relationship status = .20, 95% CI (.09, .32), p < .001; CD4 count = − .14, 95% CI (− .25, − .04), p = .005. Education was coded 1—having a university degree, 0—not having a university degree. Relationship status was coded 1—being in a stable intimate relationship, 0—being single
  2. ***p < .001, **p < .01, *p < .05