Table 3: Multiple linear regression of coping styles and other predictive factors on emotional status (anxiety and depression complaints) measured at long-term followup (24 months) at Krokeide Rehabilitation Centre, Bergen, Norway, included from 2002–2004.

VariablesAdjusted modelsaFinal model ( = 173)b
95% CI value95% CI valuec

Age (in years)−0.03(0.05, 0.01)0.001
Gender (male/female)0.32(−0.06, 0.70)0.10
Employed (yes/no)173−0.02(−0.45, 0.41)0.920.17
Cohabiting (yes/no)170−0.59(−1.05, −0.13)0.010.51
Household income168−0.35(−0.48, −0.21)<0.001−0.23(−0.36, −0.11)<0.001
Coping style
 Task174−0.97(−1.40, −0.54)<0.001−0.79(−1.22, −0.36)<0.001
 Emotion174−0.16(−0.61, 0.28)0.470.23
 Avoid1740.38(−0.07, 0.83)<0.100.18
Social support 174−0.46(−0.64, −0.29)<0.001−0.33(−0.52, −0.15)0.001
Negative expectations1740.36(0.19, 0.53)<0.0010.17(−0.01, 0.36)0.07
Intercept7.95(6.02, 9.87)<0.001
Explained varianced ()

: subsample size; : estimated regression coefficient; CI: confidence interval.
aEight models adjusted for age and gender.
bObtained by backward stepwise selection.
cThe nonsignificant values were retrieved from the excluded variables table of the backward stepwise selection analysis.
for final model.