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Table 2 Stepwise multiple regression analyses predicting outcomes of psychological adjustment by perceived discrimination

From: The impact of perceived ethnic discrimination on mental health depends on transcultural identity: evidence for a moderator effect

Outcome Predictor B SE B ß R 2 ΔR2
Aggressive antisocial behavior      
 Step 1 Constant 19.32 2.74   .21  
  Control variablesa −2.58 .85 .46**   
 Step 2 Constant 13.47 2.96   .41 .20**
  Control variablesa −2.38 .75 .43**   
  Personal discr. 3.41 1.02 .45**   
Anger control problems      
 Step 1 Constant 24.00 3.02   .30  
  Control variablesa −3.54 .94 .55**   
 Step 2 Constant 17.91 3.32   .46** .16**
  Control variablesa −3.33 .84 .51**   
  Personal discr. 3.55 1.14 .40**   
Overall psychological distress      
 Step 1 Constant 70.27 8.15   .15  
  Control variablesa −6.17 2.53 −.39*   
 Step 2 Constant 50.67 8.40   .42** .28**
  Control variablesa −5.49 2.12 −.34*   
  Personal discr. 11.44 2.88 .53**   
Somatic symptoms      
 Step 1 Constant 1.34 .19   .13  
  Control variablesa .07 .03 .36*   
 Step 2 Constant .26 .30   .43** .30**
  Control variablesa .07 .03 .35*   
  Personal discr. .72 .17 .55**   
 Step 1 Constant 1.34 .19   .13  
  Control variablesa .07 .03 .36*   
 Step 2 Constant .56 .37   .26 .13*
  Control variablesa .07 .03 .35*   
  Group discrimination .38 .16 .37*   
  1. n = 36. *p < .05 **p < .01
  2. aControl variables including age, gender, borough, social status, social desirability and school type