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Table 4 Determinants of the intention to perform direct observations resulting from a hierarchical regression analysis (N = 82)

From: Supervisors’ intention to observe clinical task performance: an exploratory study using the theory of planned behaviour during postgraduate medical training

StepDeterminantsR2R2changeFchangeStandardised betas
Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4
1.Demographics.02.024.37    
Training institute   .01.44.08.10
Age   .02−.07−.03−.01
Gender   −.11−.12−.03−.04
Experience as GP   .08.17.11.11
Experience as supervisor   −.14−.06−.08−.07
2.Indirect measures.31.297.43**    
Behavioural beliefs    .18.12.11
Normative beliefs    .25*.19.27*
CB Factor 1    .03.09.10
CB Factor 2    .30*.13.13
 Direct measures.37.081.21    
Attitude     .09.11
Subjective norm     .14−.01
Social pressure     .12.12
Modelling     −.01−.01
PBC1     .26.22
 Additional variables       
Past behaviour.45.089.76**   .33**
  1. 1PBC: perceived behavioural control; ** correlation significant at 0.01 level;*correlation significant at 0.05 level