Table 3 Results for the multiple moderator model for the association between presence of meaning and subjective well-being

From: The Relationship Between Presence of Meaning, Search for Meaning, and Subjective Well-Being: A Three-Level Meta-Analysis Based on the Meaning in Life Questionnaire

  β (S.E.) t p 95% CI
Intercept .525 (.018) 29.625 < .001 [0.490, 0.560]
Positive affect (vs. life satisfaction) − .071 (.021) − 3.295 .001 [− 0.113, − 0.028]
Negative affect (vs. life satisfaction) − .173 (.019) − 9.275 < .001 [− 0.210, − 0.136]
Domain-specific satisfaction (vs. life satisfaction) − .180 (.039) − 4.613 < .001 [− 0.256, − 0.103]
Longitudinal design (vs. cross-sectional design) − .110 (.040) − 2.738 .006 [− 0.189, − 0.031]
Omnibus test F(4, 436) = 25.657, p < .001
Variance level 2 .013, p < .001
Variance level 3 .015, p < .001
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