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Table 5 Predictors of well-being at T1 (2013), as assessed by multilevel random-intercepts regression analyses (n= 532)

From: Social cohesion and belonging predict the well-being of community-dwelling older people

  β SE
Constant 2.54*** .02
Well-being at T0 .33*** .02
Age -.02 .02
Gender (male) .05** .02
Marital status (married) .00 .02
Low educational level -.05** .02
Born in the Netherlands -.01 .02
Social cohesion at T0 .07*** .02
Changes in social cohesion (T1 – T0) .09*** .02
Social belonging at T0 .05* .02
Changes in social belonging (T1 – T0) .04* .02
  1. Notes: These findings are based on data from respondents who filled in questionnaires at both T0 and T1 (n = 588). Listwise deletion of missing cases led to a final sample of 532 respondents.
  2. SE, standard error; T0, 2011; T1, 2013.
  3. ***p ≤ .001, **p ≤ .01, *p ≤ .05 (two-tailed).