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Table 4 Predictors of sense of belonging in evolutionary biology

From: Why are there so few ethnic minorities in ecology and evolutionary biology? Challenges to inclusion and the role of sense of belonging

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Step 1: R2 = 0.20, F(6, 1726) = 71.70, p < 0.001
 African American versus White− 0.10**− 0.10**− 4.080.001
 Latino/a versus White− 0.01− 0.023− 0.970.331
 Asian versus White− 0.02− 0.023− 0.960.337
 Biology Major0.18**0.13**5.970.001
 Evolutionary Biology Courses0.23**0.20**9.220.001
 College Belonging0.35**0.34**15.600.001
Step 2: ΔR2 = 0.19 F(8, 1718) = 65.49, p < 0.001
 African American versus White− 0.10**0.041.700.090
 Latino/a versus White− 0.010.020.900.367
 Asian versus White− 0.020.051.830.068
 Biology Major0.18**0.05*2.320.020
 Evolutionary Biology Courses0.23**0.14**6.430.001
 College Belonging0.35**0.20**9.380.001
 Knowledge of Evolution0.32**0.12**5.420.001
 Exposure to Ecology0.29**0.05*2.150.032
 Role Models0.32**0.15**5.410.001
 Same-race Role Models0.17**0.010.260.792
 Outdoor Comfort0.38**0.20**9.150.001
 Religiosity− 0.22**− 0.17**− 7.910.001
 Moral Objections to Evolution− 0.32**− 0.20**− 8.910.001
 Communal Goals0.11**0.020.830.409
  1. Table provides information on the Pearson r (zero order) correlation between each predictor variable and sense of belonging in evolutionary biology, standardized regression coefficients, and the test of significance for each regression coefficient. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.001