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Table 4 Indirect effects and a-paths of the life satisfaction model

From: The role of community social capital in the relationship between socioeconomic status and adolescent life satisfaction: mediating or moderating? Evidence from Czech data

  ab-path a-path
  B (S.E.) B (S.E.)
Family affluence > structural social capital > life satisfaction 0.003 (0.002)n.s. 0.080 (0.011)***
Family affluence > cognitive social capital > life satisfaction 0.014 (0.004)*** 0.020 (0.006)***
Perceived wealth > structural social capital > life satisfaction 0.003 (0.002)n.s. 0.083 (0.026)**
Perceived wealth > cognitive social capital > life satisfaction 0.100 (0.011)*** 0.145 (0.013)***
  1. Figures in parentheses represent standard errors
  2. Analyses are based on Model 4: b-paths can be found under this model
  3. n.s. not significant
  4. **p < 0.01,***p < 0,001