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Table 8 The results of ANCOVA to assess the influence of walking durations and covariate factors on the IES-R subdomain 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)
Re-experiencing     
 Age 224 5 1.63 0.15
 Gender 66 1 2.39 0.12
 Alcohol drinking habits 107 1 3.88 0.049*
 Walking durations 119 2 2.16 0.12
 (interaction) Age:gender 614 5 4.46 < 0.001***
Avoidance     
 Age 264 5 1.80 0.11
 Gender 45 1 1.54 0.22
 Alcohol drinking habits 137 1 4.65 0.03*
 Walking durations 251 2 4.27 0.01*
 (interaction) Age:gender 463 5 3.15 0.009**
Hyperarousal     
 Age 48 5 0.53 0.75
 Gender 26 1 1.41 0.24
 Alcohol drinking habits 35 1 1.94 0.17
 Walking durations 77 2 2.14 0.12
 (interaction) Age:gender 474 5 5.24 < 0.001***
 Age:gender:walking durations 357 9 2.19 0.02*
  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 Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R) subdomain indicators: re-experiencing, avoidance, and hyperarousal 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