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Table 7 The results of ANCOVA to assess the influence of walking durations and covariate factors on the mental health indicators among non-health-conscious walkers

From: The Impact of Health Consciousness on the Association Between Walking Durations and Mental Health Conditions After a Disaster: a Cross-Sectional Study

Factor Sum Sq Df F value Pr (> F)
CES-D     
 Age 705 5 2.04 0.07
 Gender 132 1 1.91 0.17
 Alcohol drinking habits 75 1 1.093 0.3
 Walking durations 337 2 2.44 0.09
 (interaction) Age:gender 950 5 2.75 0.02*
 Alcohol drinking habits:gender 398 1 5.77 0.02*
 Age:alcohol drinking habits:gender 1112 5 3.22 0.008**
 Age:gender:walking durations 2112 9 3.40 < 0.001***
K6     
 Age 78 5 0.82 0.53
 Gender 13 1 0.70 0.4
 Alcohol drinking habits 6 1 0.30 0.59
 Walking durations 75 2 1.99 0.14
 (interaction) Age:gender:walking durations 662 9 3.91 < 0.001***
IES-R     
 Age 1304 5 1.32 0.26
 Gender 395 1 2.00 0.16
 Alcohol drinking habits 781 1 3.95 0.047*
Walking durations 1170 2 2.96 0.054
 (interaction) Age:gender 4534 5 4.59 < 0.001***
  1. The table shows the results of the analyses of covariance (ANCOVA) to assess the influence of walking durations, as well as age, gender, and alcohol drinking habits as covariate factors, on the mental health indicators: the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), the Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K6), and the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R) among non-health-conscious walkers
  2. Sum Sq sum of squares, Df degrees of freedom, Pr probability
  3. Significance levels: *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001