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Table 3 Results mixed logit, predicting preference of vaccination behaviour in DCE

From: Consistency between stated and revealed preferences: a discrete choice experiment and a behavioural experiment on vaccination behaviour compared

  b (s.e.) Sd for random parameters (s.e.)
Constant -2.77 (0.71)** 4.55 (1.06)**
Infection Risk without vaccination   
 Unknown to you -0.34  
 1 to 500 0.34 (0.05)** 0.32 (0.29)
Side effects   
 Unknown to you -0.39  
 Comparable to regular vaccination 0.39 (0.06)** 0.67 (0.18)**
Choice   
 No choice offered for hepatitis B or not -0.18  
 Choice offered for hepatitis B or not 0.18 (0.04)**  
Source of information that the vaccine is safe:   
 General Practitioner -0.06  
 National Institute Health -0.19 (0.06)**  
 Child welfare centre 0.25 (0.06)**  
Source of story hospitalization of child:   
 TV news 0.38  
 Social media -0.20 (0.05)** 0.12 (0.29)
 Acquaintance -0.18 (0.06)** 0.64 (0.25)*
Attitude of social environment:   
 No friend vaccinates -0.70  
 All friends vaccinate 0.70 (0.06)**  
Log likelihood -3464.02  
AIC 1.97  
  1. ** = p<0.01; *p<0.05 (log likelihood null model -3897.87).