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Exploring the Potential of Anticipated Regret as an Emotional Cue to Improve Bowel Cancer Screening Uptake

Table 3

Relationships between sample characteristics and level of anticipated regret.

PredictorReference categoryHigher anticipated
Odds ratiosCI (95%)

Univariate models
Previously used HSTNo previous use0.23, 0.83
Full health insurancePartial/no insurance0.560.28, 1.10
FemaleMale0.790.42, 1.49
55 to 64 years45 to 54 years0.850.40, 1.80
65 and over1.02, 4.34
MarriedSingle1.230.57, 2.67
RetiredFull-time employed2.071.00, 4.29
Part-time/other1.750.84, 3.65
Diploma/undergraduateSchool/trade certificate1.360.66, 2.82
Graduate diploma/postgraduate0.950.46, 1.97
Ranked 2ndRanked 1st1.380.66, 2.90
Ranked 3rd/not at all0.580.28, 1.20
Satisfied with healthModerately satisfied1.470.77, 2.83
Completely satisfied with health1.370.53, 3.51
Multivariate predictors
Previously used HSTNo previous use0.21, 0.77
Full health insurancePartial/no insurance0.24, 0.99

eference category for outcome is lower anticipated regret. .
HST = home stool test.

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