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Table 6 Unadjusted and adjusted associations with visual acuity as the predictor of attitudes toward own aging

From: Attitudes toward own aging and cognition among individuals living with and without dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme and the PROTECT study

  Variables Regression coefficient (95% CI); p- value Standardized regression coefficients
Unadjusted model Visual acuity Excellent   
(Reference) −0.41 (− 0.69 to − 0.12); 0.005 −0.11
Very good −0.80 (−1.07 to − 0.53); <  0.001 −0.25
Good −1.40 (− 1.70 to − 1.09); <  0.001 −0.34
Fair − 1.70 (−2.09 to − 1.32); <  0.001 − 0.26
Poor   
Adjusted model Visual acuity Excellent   
(Reference) −0.28 (−0.54 to − 0.01); 0.039 −0.08
Very good −0.40 (− 0.65 to − 0.15); 0.002 −0.12
Good −0.61 (− 0.91 to − 0.32); <  0.001 −0.15
Fair −0.62 (−1.0 to − 0.24); 0.001 −0.09
Poor   
Age −0.00 (− 0.01 to 0.01); 0.422 −0.02
Sex −0.03 (− 0.17 to 0.11); 0.682 −0.01
Education −0.05 (− 0.43 to 0.13); 0.552 −0.01
Employment −0.11 (− 0.41 to 0.19); 0.478 −0.02
Depression −1.47 (−1.65 to − 1.30); <  0.001 − 0.42
Self-rated health 0.37 (0.27 to 0.48); <  0.001 0.19
Functional ability −0.28 (− 0.65 to 0.08); 0.127 −0.03
  Co-morbidity −0.01 (− 0.05 to 0.03); 0.503 −0.02