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Table 5 Multiple linear regression analysis between FIM scale and Duke-UNC (dependent variables) and the Dimensions of SF-36 (predictive variables)

From: Do health and social support and personal autonomy have an influence on the health-related quality of life of individuals with intellectual disability?

Predictive variables Dependent variable
Dimensions SF-36 Total FIM Duke-UNC Total perceived support
B 95% CI for B Sig. B 95% CI for B Sig.
Lower l. Upper l. Lower l. Upper l.
Physical Health Component (PHC) Physical Functioning 0.543 0.386 0.701 0.000* 0.013 −0.028 0.054 0.528
Role-Physical 0.180 0.033 0.327 0.016* −0.011 −0.049 0.027 0.562
Bodily Pain −0.287 −0.532 −0.042 0.022* − 0.096 −0.159 − 0.033 0.003*
General Health 0.063 −0.227 0.353 0.666 0.032 −0.043 0.107 0.406
Mental Health Component (MHC) Vitality −0.261 −0.630 0.108 0.164 0.120 0.025 0.216 0.014*
Social Functioning 0.087 −0.096 0.271 0.348 −0.018 −0.065 0.029 0.455
Role-Emotional 0.118 −0.004 0.239 0.059 −0.054 −0.085 − 0.022 0.001*
Mental Health 0.040 −0.289 0.369 0.810 0.162 0.077 0.247 0.000*
  1. *Statistical significance level of 5% (p < 0.05)