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Table 2 Stepwise general linear model with explicit evaluation of (masked) faces as outcome

From: Self-reported mask-related worrying reduces relative avoidance bias toward unmasked faces in individuals with low Covid19 anxiety syndrome

Predictor Model 1
R2=.341
AIC = 1644
Model 2
R2=.351
AIC = 1642
Model 3
R2=.355
AIC = 1648
B SE p B SE p B SE p
Intercept − 3.50 1.84 .059 − 3.39 1.83 .065 − 1.24 3.93 .752
Mask effectiveness 1.08 .23 < .001 .89 .24 < .001 .73 .43 .088
Aesthetic appeal .77 .17 < .001 .76 .16 < .001 .85 .40 .035
Mask-related worrying − .50 .20 .015 − .59 .21 .005 − .51 .50 .305
Communication difficulties − .59 .16 < .001 − .55 .16 < .001 − .95 .39 .015
C-19 ASS     .58 .27 .033 − .45 1.97 .819
Mask effectiveness * C-19 ASS        .08 .23 .718
Aesthetic appeal * C-19 ASS        − .06 .18 .746
Mask-related worrying * C-19 ASS        − .04 .23 .854
Communication difficulties * C-19 ASS        .20 .17 .237
  1. Explicit mask preference scores ranged from − 6 to 6. Covid 19 Anxiety Syndrome Scale scores ranged from 0 to 4. Mask effectiveness, aesthetic appeal, mask-related worrying, and communication difficulties scores ranged from 1 to 7