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Table 4 Results of multiple linear regression analyses to explain attitude of staff toward PCC (P-CAT) and toward informal caregiving (AFC)

From: How staff characteristics influence residential care facility staff’s attitude toward person-centered care and informal care

Dependent variable attitudes of staff toward PCC (P-CAT)
  B SE B β t p
Variable
 Constant P-CAT 4.927 0.623   11.391 .000
 Function: care or welfare −0.086 0.135 −0.90 −.632 .530
 Age staff member −0.15 0.007 −0.365 −2.156 .035*
 Years working in long-term care for older adults −0.001 0.007 −0.034 −.206 .838
 Education level −0.081 0.059 −.176 −1.372 .175
Dependent variable attitudes of staff toward informal caregiving (AFC)
  B SE B β t p
Variable
 Constant AFC 5.025 0.623   8.074 .000
 Function: care or welfare −.107 0.196 −.079 −.546 .587
 Age staff member −.022 .010 −.385 − 2.245 .029*
 Years working in long-term care for older adults .014 .010 .216 1.312 .195
 Education level .045 .085 .069 .531 .598
  1. Notes. B = unstandardized coefficients, SE = standard error, β = standardized coefficients
  2. P-CAT: R2 = 0.158, Adjusted R2 = 0.098 F(4, 56) = 2.628.
  3. AFC: R2 = 0.154, Adjusted R2 = 0.093 F(4. 55) = 2.505.