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Table 4 Binary Logistic Regressions and odds of a student failing a clinical placement based on their DiSC style

From: Physiotherapy students’ DiSC behaviour styles can be used to predict the likelihood of success in clinical placements

DiSC Style B S.E Wald df Sig. Exp(B) 95% CI for EXP (B)
        Lower Upper
DC −19.275 16,408.711 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
D −19.284 15,191.515 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
Di −19.284 15,191.515 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
iD −19.266 17,974.843 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
i 1.377 0.674 4.178 1 0.041* 3.963 1.058 14.840
iS −19.360 10,377.780 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
Si 0.392 1.129 0.120 1 0.729 1.480 0.162 13.541
S −1.013 1.064 0.907 1 0.341 0.363 0.045 2.922
SC 0.657 0.840 0.611 1 0.434 1.929 0.372 10.007
CS 1.468 0.626 5.504 1 0.019* 4.339 1.273 14.786
C 0.228 0.690 0.109 1 0.741 1.256 0.325 4.857
CD −19.266 17,974.843 0.000 1 0.999 0.000 0.000
  1. Significance set at p = 0.05; B - Unstandardised regression weight; S. E Standard Error, Wald statistical test for individual predictor variable, df degrees of freedom, Sig. Significance level, Exp(B) Predicted odds ratio, CI Confidence Interval