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Table 2 Multiple mediation effect for HRQOL (SF-12 PCS) and HRQOL (SF-12 MCS)

From: Personality traits and health-related quality of life: the mediator role of coping strategies and psychological distress

  Coefficient CI lower CI upper Effect size (95% CI)
Mediation model 1: HRQOL (SF-12 PCS) Indirect effect via M1a 0.204 0.030 0.507 0.028 (0.003–0.068)
Indirect effect via M1 and M2b − 0.169 − 0.401 − 0.039 − 0.023 (− 0.054 to − 0.005)
Indirect effect via M1 and M3c − 0.051 − 0.159 − 0.004 − 0.007 (− 0.022 to − 0.0006)
Indirect effect via M2 and M3d − 0.003 − 0.039 0.003 − 0.0005 (− 0.005–0.0004)
Indirect effect via M1, M2 and M3e 0.006 − 0.003 0.035 0.0008 (− 0.0005–0.0049)
Total indirect effect − 0.203 − 0.622 0.170 − 0.028 (− 0.084–0.023)
Mediation model 2: HRQOL (SF-12 MCS) Indirect effect via M1 0.126 − 0.004 0.351 0.025 (0.0001–0.0696)
Indirect effect via M1 and M2 0.406 0.082 0.944 0.023 (0.004–0.053)
Indirect effect via M1 and M3 0.377 0.075 0.970 0.022 (0.004–0.052)
Indirect effect via M2 and M3 − 0.041 − 0.206 0.270 − 0.002 (− 0.011–0.0016)
Indirect effect via M1, M2 and M3 0.071 0.014 0.256 0.004 (0.0009–0.0136)
Total indirect effect 1624 0.323 3.019 0.095 (0.017–0.175)
  1. Model 1: M1 = mediator 1 (anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS); M2: mediator 2 (emotional coping style); M3: mediator 3 (task-oriented coping style). Model 2: M1 = mediator 1 (anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS); M2: mediator 2 (emotional coping style); M3: mediator 3 (psychological distress measure with HADS)
  2. CI confidence interval
  3. aThe indirect effect of the openness on health-related quality of life via anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS
  4. bThe indirect effect of the Openness on Health-related Quality of Life via anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS and emotional coping style
  5. cThe indirect effect of the openness on health-related quality of life via anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS and task-oriented coping style
  6. dThe indirect effect of the openness on health-related quality of life via emotional coping style and task-oriented coping style
  7. eThe indirect effect of the openness on health-related quality of life via anxiety symptoms measure with ZSAS, Emotional coping style and Task-oriented coping style