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Table 1 Differences in intervention attributes among three identified patterns

From: Acculturation, Depression, and Smoking Cessation: a trajectory pattern recognition approach

Intervention Attributesa Culturally Adapted N = 50 More Bicultural N = 32 Less Bicultural N = 15
  M SEb M SE2 M SE2
Included in MI-Fuzzy
 Perceived benefit at 1-M F/U*** 133.56 1.88 135.41 2.33 112.91 5.67
 Perceived benefit at 3-M F/U 128.72 3.05 125.19 4.72 113.21 4.06
 Perceived benefit at 6-M F/U** 129.23 2.30 135.05 2.23 115.00 4.32
 Perceived benefit at 12-M F/U*** 129.50 3.16 135.65 2.65 113.79 4.98
 Perceived family norm at 1-M F/U*** 5.63 0.14 5.57 0.10 3.91 0.31
 Perceived family norm at 3-M F/U*** 5.59 0.09 5.57 0.11 4.21 0.28
 Perceived family norm at 6-M F/U*** 5.36 0.14 5.45 0.11 4.08 0.30
 Perceived family norm a4 12-M F/U*** 5.14 0.16 5.43 0.12 3.79 0.24
Excluded
 Perceived risk at 1-M F/U** 56.00 2.16 53.07 2.70 72.50 6.50
 Perceived risk at 3-M F/U* 64.46 2.26 54.48 2.34 75.13 4.87
 Perceived risk at 6-M F/U 64.61 2.84 67.76 3.15 77.71 5.15
 Perceived risk at 12-M F/U 63.10 2.75 68.43 3.09 80.40 4.65
 Perceived peer norm at 1-M F/U 3.72 0.33 3.93 0.42 2.42 0.82
 Perceived peer norm at 3-M F/U* 3.70 0.38 4.48 0.32 1.93 0.64
 Perceived peer norm at 6-M F/U 3.68 0.34 4.14 0.39 2.29 0.47
 Perceived peer norm at 12-M F/U 4.00 0.32 3.57 0.53 1.73 0.73
 Self-efficacy at 1-M F/U*** 40.94 1.01 40.41 1.16 32.58 2.00
 Self-efficacy at 3-M F/U 37.54 1.31 39.43 1.54 34.60 1.99
 Self-efficacy at 6-M F/U 38.34 1.70 35.68 1.61 31.93 2.05
 Self-efficacy at 12-M F/U 36.90 1.44 34.74 1.98 29.40 2.38
  1. aMissingness ranges from 9%–18% for intervention attributes
  2. bFor multiple imputation, the means and standard errors were computed based on ten imputed data sets (Robin, 1996; Shafer, 1997)
  3. M Month, F/U follow-up
  4. *p < .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001
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