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Table 3 Factors associated with Regret (n = 314)

From: Parental regret regarding children’s vaccines—The correlation between anticipated regret, altruism, coping strategies and attitudes toward vaccines

Variables Statistics  
  B S.E t P value
Regret
Step 1
 Age (years) .001 .007 .044 .965
 Sex (women vs. men) .249 .150 1.657 .099
 Number of Children (high vs. low) -.116 .085 −1.368 .172
 Years of education (high vs. low) .004 .045 .098 .922
Step 2
 Age (years) .001 .006 .045 .964
 Sex (Women vs. Men) .115 .127 .909 .364
 Number of Children (high vs. low) -.099 .070 −1.417 .158
 Years of education (high vs. low) -.051 .038 −1.354 .177
 Emotional support (high vs. low) .018 .028 .628 .530
 Instrumental support (high vs. low) -.073 .034 −2.181 .030
 Altruism (high vs. low) -.014 .081 -.171 .865
 Attitudes towards vaccination (favorable vs. unfavorable) −1.054 .114 −9.259 <.001
 Anticipated regret (high vs. low). .085 .022 3.829 <.001
Model Summary
Step 1 R = .140; R 2 = .020; R 2 change = .020; F (4249) = 1.247; p = .292
Step 2 R = .599; R 2 = .359; R2 change = .340; F (5244) = 25.858; p < .001