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Table 2 Average Social Factor Score by Psychosocial Characteristics of Urban African-American Women (n = 576)

From: How does social integration influence breast cancer control among urban African-American women? Results from a cross-sectional survey

  Roles Family Neighborhood Church Instrumental Emotional
Age group             
45–60 (n = 275) 3.5 P < .001 3.0 P = .40 2.8 P < .001 3.6 P = .001 2.3 P = .16 2.6 P < .001
61–93 (n = 301) 2.6   2.9   3.5   4.1   2.2   2.8  
Education             
<HS (n = 323) 2.8 P < .001 3.0 P = .11 3.0 P < .001 3.7 P = .002 2.2 P = .90 2.7 P = .50
≥ HS (n = 253) 3.3   2.9   3.5   4.2   2.2   2.7  
Yearly Income             
≤$10000 (n = 252) 2.5 P < .001 2.8 P = .02 2.8 P < .001 3.7 P = .04 2.2 P = .85 2.8 P = .02
>$10000 (n = 324) 3.4   3.0   3.5   4.0   2.2   2.6  
Depressive Sx             
None (n = 283) 3.0 P = .99 2.9 P = .76 3.4 P = .001 4.1 P = .008 2.2 P = .85 2.8 P = .04
Any (n = 293) 3.0   3.0   3.0   3.7   2.2   2.6  
Current Smoker             
Yes (n = 154) 3.0 P = .97 2.8 P = .18 2.8 P < .001 3.2 P < .001 2.3 P = .02 2.6 P = .38
No (n = 422) 3.0   3.0   3.3   4.1   2.2   2.7  
Health Status             
Fair/Poor (n = 254) 2.8 P < .001 2.9 P = .85 2.9 P < .001 3.7 P = .01 2.2 P = .81 2.7 P = .88
Good/Exc(n = 322) 3.2   3.0   3.4   4.1   2.2   2.7  
# of Chronic Cond             
0, 1, 2 (n = 225) 3.3 P < .001 3.0 P = .13 3.1 P = .40 3.8 P = .45 2.2 P = .63 2.6 P = .01
3–8 (n = 351) 2.9   2.9   3.3   4.0   2.2   2.8