Table 4

Baseline variables associated with action planning and plan enactment
Action planning (T1) Executed plans (T2) Executed plans (T3)
β β β
Total Sample
Age .10*** -.12* -.07
Gender (0 = male) .07** .04 .09
Education .04 .01 .11
Depression .01 .07 .05
Quit attempts -.01 .05 .10
Nicotine dep. .11*** .07 .05
Pros of quitting .29*** .03 .06
Cons of quitting .08** .05 .10
SI – children -.02 .02 .01
SI – partner .01 .01 -.03
Self-efficacy .18*** .01 .05
Intention to quit .07** .15** -.01
Action planning - .37*** .32***
Smokers In Preparation
Age .10** -.13* -.01
Gender (0 = male) .10* .08 .12
Education .06 .03 .18*
Depression .02 .06 .06
Quit attempts -.03 .07 .07
Nicotine dep. .10** .06 .03
Pros of quitting .29*** .03 .09
Cons of quitting .06 .07 .13
SI – children -.01 -.01 -.01
SI – partner .01 -.05 -.05
Self-efficacy .22*** -.01 .05
Action planning - .37*** .27**

SI = Social influence; † p < .10, * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001.

de Vries et al.

de Vries et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:393   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-393

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