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Table 6 Results of linear regression analysis of knowledge and attitude towards PLHIV

From: HIV knowledge and stigma among dietetic students in Indonesia: implications for the nutrition education system

  B SE β t p
Outcome variable: HIV comprehensive knowledge
 Constant 15.360 1.329   11.560 <.001
 Type of university −3.186 .369 −.353 −8.641 <.001
 Beliefs and values scale .117 .021 .218 5.483 <.001
 Interaction with PLHIV −.962 .435 −.091 −2.211 .028
 Access to printed media .514 .238 .086 2.156 .032
 Years of study −.776 .362 −.088 −2.145 .032
 Ever discussed HIV in class −.905 .451 −.082 −2.004 .046
 Adjusted R2 = 0.199, F = 22.294, p < 0.001
Outcome variable: HIV-nutrition knowledge
 Constant 6.218 .757   8.210 <.001
 Type of university −1.277 .217 −.253 −5.870 <.001
 Beliefs and values scale .047 .013 .155 3.692 <.001
 Ever discussed HIV in class −.884 .265 −.144 −3.340 .001
 Years of study −.444 .208 −.090 −2.131 .034
 Adjusted R2 = 0.098, F = 15.023, p < 0.001
Outcome variable: HIV-related stigma
 Constant 49.645 1.336   37.173 <.001
 HIV comprehensive knowledge −.361 .059 −.264 −6.085 <.001
 Type of university 2.723 .593 .220 4.595 <.001
 Ever discussed HIV in class −1.782 .629 −.118 −2.835 .005
 Ethnicity −1.201 .547 −.096 −2.196 .029
 Adjusted R2 = 0.163, F = 26.021, p < 0.001