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Table 3 Conditional effects of the amount of online education on education satisfaction and on study engagement via education satisfaction on the different levels of peer network size and perceived peer support

From: Peer relationships buffer the negative association of online education with education satisfaction and subsequently with study engagement among undergraduate medical students

Level of moderator (peer network size / perceived peer support) Conditional effects of amount of online education on education satisfaction Conditional indirect effects of amount of online education on study engagement through education satisfaction
Moderator: Peer network size Moderator: Perceived peer support Moderator: Peer network size Moderator: Perceived peer support
b b b (95% CI) b (95% CI)
–1SD: 1.26 / 2.75 −0.10*** −0.10*** −0.013 (−0.021, −0.007) −0.013 (−0.020, −0.006)
M: 7.05 / 3.96 −0.07*** −0.06*** −0.009 (−0.013, −0.005) −0.008 (−0.012, −0.004)
+1SD: 12.84 / 5.17 −0.04 −0.03 −0.005 (−0.010, 0.002) −0.003 (−0.008, 0.001)
  1. Note. Conditional indirect effects are significant at p < .05 when zero is not included in the 95% confidence interval (95% CI). ***p < .001