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Table 3 General linear models of an effect of covariates on burnout, both univariate and multivariate models

From: Effects of gaps in priorities between ideal and real lives on psychological burnout among academic faculty members at a medical university in Japan: a cross-sectional study

  Univariate Multivariate (Stepwise model)
   Model 1 n = 302、R2 = 0.23 Model 2 n = 301、R2 = 0.25
  Point estimate SE P-value Point estimate SE P-value Point estimate SE P-value
Sex    0.033       
 Women 2.8 1.3        
 Men - -        
Marital status    0.002       
 Married 4.5 1.5        
 Single (including Divoced or Widowed) - -        
Presence of children    <0.001    0.005    0.960
 No 4.9 1.2   3.4 1.2   0.1 1.8  
 Yes - -   - -     
Age group    0.005       
 20s or 30s 4.1 1.6        
 40s 3.9 1.4        
 50s or more - -        
Spouse’s employment    0.380       
 Unemployed 1.1 1.3        
 Employed - -        
Current position    <0.001    0.014    0.002
 Assistant or lower 5.9 1.4   4.5 1.4   4.3 1.4  
 Lecturer - -   - -     
Household income          
 Lower 8.7 1.9 <0.001       
 Middle 2.2 1.3        
 Upper - -        
Gap of priority between ideal and real lives    <0.001    <0.001    <0.001
 Yes 7.0 1.2   6.2 1.1   10 1.9  
 No - -   - -   - -  
Gap of priority in a partner between ideal and real lives    0.022       
 Yes 2.8 1.2        
 No - -        
Work hours    0.300       
 More than 8 h 2.0 1.9        
 Less than 8 h          
Hours of house chores (means ± SD) - - 0.003       
 More than 8 h 4.2 1.4        
 Less than 8 h - -        
Social Support −0.28 0.045 <0.001 −0.22 0.043 <0.001 −0.21 0.043 <0.001
Statistical interaction          
Presence of children × Presence of WLB gap        −5.9 2.3 0.011