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Clinical Study

Exploring the Causes of Neck Pain and Disability as Perceived by Those Who Experience the Condition: A Mixed-Methods Study

Table 2

Results of multiple linear regression analysis by subtheme.

Total sample
Posture and MovementEmotional
Predisposition
Structure and Mechanism
( )( )( )( )( )

Std. % Std. % Std. % Std. % Std. %
P41.72 0.4348.4%1.64 0.4545.4%0.98 0.225.8%1.73 0.5012.7%2.47 0.6146.7%
TSK
PCS0.18 0.259.9%0.16 0.267.5%0.30 0.4241.8%0.31 0.3814.8%
HADSd0.46 0.252.4%0.74 0.4267.2%
HADSa0.48 0.243.3%0.54 0.254.3%
CROMrest0.83 0.194.7%1.29 0.316.2%1.46 0.356.0%
TA.PPT−0.37 −0.223.4%
UFT.PPT−0.45 −0.223.8%−0.39 −0.203.2%−0.43 −0.265.9%
% Variance69.2%65.5%86.6%60.4%61.5%

B: unstandardized beta; std. β: standardized beta; %: percent variance explained. Dependent variable is Neck Disability Index for all analyses.

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