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Table 3 Predictive effects of the Perceived Supervision Scale at T0 on four criterion variables at T2 (N = 602)

From: A new tool to measure approaches to supervision from the perspective of community health workers: a prospective, longitudinal, validation study in seven countries

  Job Satisfaction Organizational Commitment Community Commitment Work Conscientiousness
β SE β SE β SE β SE
Sexa .12* .05 .07 .04 .06 .05 .08 .04
Educationb .12* .05 .17*** .05 .13** .05 .13** .05
Perceived Supervision .25*** .04 .16** .05 .29*** .04 .30*** .04
R2 .09*** .06** .11*** .16***
  1. aSex is coded 0 = Females, 1 = Males; b Education is coded 0 = Did not complete secondary schooling, 1 = Completed secondary schooling; β = Standardized beta values; SE = Standard errors for β; R2 = percentage of unique variance explained in each criterion variable; *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001