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Table 2 Coefficients of the final structural equation model

From: Rates and predictors of mental stress in Rwanda: investigating the impact of gender, persecution, readiness to reconcile and religiosity via a structural equation model

Dependent variable Independent variable B SE B β
Mental stress Gendera −3.80*** .85 -.31
Mental stress Persecutionb 3.67*** .86 .30
Mental stress Social desirability .66** .20 .27
Mental stress Readiness to reconcile -.12** .04 -.20
Mental stress Centrality -.16* .07 -.20
Centrality Mental stress .35*** .10 .28
Centrality Positive RFc 2.46*** .26 .83
Centrality Social desirability -.48* .22 -.15
Readiness to reconcile Negative RFc −1.43*** .22 -.56
Readiness to reconcile Positive RFc .75** .28 .19
Readiness to reconcile Education -.60*** .16 -.24
  1. Note. N = 200. R2 Mental stress = .34, R2 Centrality = .68, R2 Readiness to reconcile = .38.
  2. aGender coded as female = 0, male = 1.
  3. bPersecution coded as not persecuted = 0, persecuted = 1. cRF = religious functioning.
  4. *p < .05. **p < .01. ***p < .001.