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Table 3 Standardized coefficients for the tested model (N = 227)

From: Modeling lifetime abuse and cardiovascular disease risk among women

Outcomes and predictors Standardized causal effects Bootstrapped 95% confidence intervals for standardized regression weights
Direct Indirect Total
Depressive Symptoms Intercept (R2 = .18)
 Lifetime Abuse .428* .428 [.254, .585]
Depressive Symptoms Slope (R2 = .000)
 Lifetime Abuse −.020 −.020 [−.247, .213]
Smoking History (R2 = .14)
 Lifetime Abuse .349* −.002 .346 [.204, .487]
 Depressive Symptoms Slope .122 .122 [−.100, .316]
Body Weight (R2 = .05)
 Lifetime Abuse .213* −.048 .165 [.023, .402]
 Depressive Symptoms Intercept .012 .012 [−.180, .223]
 Depressive Symptoms Slope .031 −.019 .012 [−.210, .295]
 Smoking History −.153* −.153 [−.296, .005]
CVD Risk (R2 = .41)
 Lifetime Abuse −.135 .121 −.013 [−.314, .056]
 Depressive Symptoms Slope −.167* .017 −.149 [−.350, .040]
 Smoking History .091 −.080 .011 [−.053, .226]
 Body Weight .526* .526 [.392, .620]
 Age .347* .347 [.212, .453]
Model Fit Indices
Indices Desired Actual
χ2 p > .05 148.94 (df = 75) p < .001 or 1.99 (df = 1)
Comparative Fit Index (CFI) >.90 .94
Tucker-Lewis Index (TLI) >.90 .92
Root Means Square of Approximation <.08 acceptable .07
Standardizes Residuals None > 2.0 Largest + 1.90
  1. Due to rounding, total effects may not equal sum of direct and indirect effects
  2. *p < .05. Dashes indicate no indirect pathway was specified