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Table 4 Multiple linear regression for career maturity (N = 431)

From: Attributions, future time perspective and career maturity in nursing undergraduates: correlational study design

Variables B SE β t 95 % CI Collinearity Statistics
lower upper Tolerance VIF
Constant 1.920 0.347 5.538** 1.238 2.601
Attributions score of academic achievement −0.009 0.002 −0.163 −3.744** −0.014 −0.004 0.768 1.302
FTP–future efficacy 0.078 0.029 0.138 2.711** 0.021 0.135 0.562 1.780
FTP–future purpose consciousness 0.220 0.024 0.375 9.190** 0.173 0.267 0.871 1.149
  1. Note: **p < 0.01
  2. Dependent variable: career maturity score
  3. F = 24.557, p < 0.01, R = 0.626, R2 = 0.392, Radj 2 = 0.376, SE = 0.259
  4. VIF variance inflation factor, FTP future time perspective, 95%CI 95 % confidence interval
  5. As negative value of attributions score presented the degree of internal attributions, the negative regression coefficient reflected the positive relationship between internal attributions of academic and career maturity