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Table 6 Hierarchical linear regression models of mediation (n = 2617)

From: A cross-sectional study of job burnout, psychological attachment, and the career calling of Chinese doctors

ModelBSETest statisticP-value95% CI (LLUI-ULCI) 
M1 Job burnout for Psychological attachment−0.64330.0222−28.93400.0001(−0.6869–0.5997)R = 0.5570; R-sq = 0.3102;F = 1249.3620; p = 0.0001
M2 Psychological attachment for career calling0.36530.183019.97160.0001(0.3296 0.4012)R = 0.5504; R-sq = 0.3029; F = 114.4493; p = 0.0001
M3 Job burnout for career calling (direct effect)−0.15230.0221−6.90130.0001(−0.1956–0.1090)
M4 Job burnout for career calling (total effect)−0.38730.0204−19.02550.0001(−0.4273–0.3474)R = 0.4135; R-sq = 0.1710; F = 62.0979; p = 0.0001
  1. The indirect effect of job burnout on career calling was − 0.2350
  2. The direct effect of job burnout on career calling was − 0.1523
  3. The total effect of job burnout on career calling was − 0.3873