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Table 2 Path standardized coefficients and indirect effects for identity integration as mediator

From: Beyond difficulties in self-regulation: the role of identity integration and personality functioning in young women with disordered eating behaviours

  Path Coefficients Estimate Indirect Effects
to Identity Integration to Disordered Eating Behaviours 95% Confidence Interval
Lower Upper
Mental Health Hx .038 .129    
Self-Regulation .780*** −.374*    
Identity Integration   .711***    
SR → II → DEB    .555*** 1.563 5.037
  1. N = 246
  2. Mental Health Hx Mental Health History, SR Self-Regulation, II Identity Integration, DEB Disordered Eating Behaviours
  3. * = p < .05, *** = p < .001