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Table 5 Predictors of Cool down reaction (stepwise regression analysis)

From: Work stress associated cool down reactions among nurses and hospital physicians and their relation to burnout symptoms

Dependent variable: CDI      Collinearity analyses
R2 Beta T p Tolerance VIP
Nurses
 F(6;746) = 169.2; p < .0001; Model 6: R2 = .57     
 (constant)    6.182 <.0001   
 Emotional exhaustion 51% .401 10.325 <.0001 .377 2.654
 Depersonalization +3% .207 7.415 <.0001 .725 1.378
 Stress perception +2% .146 4.265 <.0001 .486 2.059
 Work Burden +0.8% .107 3.592 <.0001 .644 1.554
 Conscious Presence and Self control +0.4% −.062 −2.238 .026 .745 1.341
 Team Satisfaction +0.2% −.056 −2.062 .040 .758 1.319
Physicians
 F(6;390) = 81.4; p < .0001; Model 6: R2 = .55     
 (constant)    6.918 < .0001   
 Depersonalization 44% .411 8.943 < .0001 .540 1.852
 Satisfaction with Team +6% −.154 −3.932 < .0001 .739 1.353
 Emotional exhaustion +3% .160 3.223 .001 .461 2.171
 Life Satisfaction +1% −.114 −2.628 .009 .604 1.656
 Living with partner +0.7% −.096 −2.731 .007 .915 1.093
 Work Burden +0.7% .101 2.546 .011 .730 1.369
  1. The variables gender, self-efficacy expectation, work engagement, duration of work and stress perception were not significant in both models