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Table 4 Multivariable linear regression analysis results show the effects of independent variables on perceived coercion. N = 192 patients

From: Perceived coercion to enter treatment among involuntarily and voluntarily admitted patients with substance use disorders

Variable Beta (95 % CI) P-valuea R2c
Female gender −0.13 (−11.16–1.07) 0.117  
Age −0.09 (−0.50–0.12) 0.441  
Living alone −0.01 (−5.80–5.57) 0.713  
Global Score Index: Scl-90-R 0.19 (0.82–9.35) 0.015 3 %
Severity scores
 Injected drug abuse 0.01 (−5.99–6.09) 0.720  
 Drug overdoses (lifetime) 0.10 (−2.85–9.99) 0.970  
 Suicide attempts (lifetime) −0.10 (−6.84–5.40) 0.340  
Treatment variable
 Treated for somatic diseasesb 0.12 (−1.39–11.12) 0.113  
 Involuntary hospital admission −0.03 (−7.90–5.43) 0.536  
  1. ap-value obtained from bivariate linear regression. Only one independent variable showed a p-value <0.20 in bivariate analyses
  2. bDuring the 6 months prior to admission
  3. c R2 adjusted = squared correlation coefficient to obtain a measure of explained variance