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Table 10 Regression results for intentions to prepare, personal preparedness, and having prepared an evacuation kit

From: Community preparedness for volcanic hazards at Mount Rainier, USA

  Intentions to prepare
Variables B SE β p
Risk perception (likelihood) .261 .068 .196 .000
Risk perception (threat) .016 .058 .016 .781
Self-efficacy −.064 .047 −.077 .174
Unrealistic optimism .011 .070 .009 .869
Model result F(4, 384) = 4.35, p < .01, R2 = .04
  Personal preparedness
  B SE β p
Risk perception (likelihood) .077 .060 .054 .196
Risk perception (threat) .003 .050 .003 .953
Self-efficacy .588 .041 .602 .000
Unrealistic optimism −.080 .061 −.060 .191
Model results F(4, 384) = 53.41, p < .01, R2 = .36
  Prepared a kit
  B SE Exp(B) p
Risk perception (likelihood) .291 .129 1.338 .024
Risk perception (threat) −.011 .108 0.989 .922
Self-efficacy .540 .095 1.756 .000
Unrealistic optimism .070 .129 1.073 .584
Model Result χ2(4) = 43.45, p < .001, R2 = .14a
  1. aThis is a the Nagelkerke “pseudo R2” statistic. Values range from 0 to 1 similar to an ordinary least squares R2, but cannot be interpreted in exactly the same way.