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Table 2 Beta coefficients and R2 of the different questionnaire questions

From: The effect of white coats and gender on medical students’ perceptions of physicians

  White Coat (β) Male Sex (β) Case/Caucasian Race (β) R 2
Appropriateness of Actions 0.04 (−0.12–0.20)
p = 0.6, t = 0.53
1.96 (1.77–2.14)
p = <0.001, t = 20.8
−0.38 (−0.59 – −0.16)
p = 0.001, t = −3.47
0.5281
Competence −0.14 (−0.31–0.03)
p = 0.09, t = −1.7
0.63 (0.44–0.83)
p = < 0.001, t = 6.32
0.29 (0.058–0.52)
p = 0.01, t = 2.47
0.1647
Trustworthiness −0.08 (−0.24–0.08)
p = 0.3, t = −1.01
1.11 (0.96–1.27)
p = <0.001, t = 13.76
  0.28
Professionalism −0.05 (−0.19–0.10)
p = 0.5, t = −0.69
1.52 (1.35–1.69)
p = <0.001, t = 17.4
−0.47 (−0.67 – −0.27)
p = <0.001, t = −4.63
0.4174
Was an error committed? −0.03 (−0.21–0.15)
p = 0.7, t = −0.37
−0.44 (−0.65 – −0.22)
p = <0.001, t = −4.02
−0.98 (−1.22 – −0.73)
p = <0.001, t = −7.74
0.2575
  1. The beta, p and t values of white coat are added for all regressions while only the significant beta, p and t values are shown for other the other comparators