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Table 3 Means and standard deviations in the two groups following propensity score weighting (maximum likelihood estimation)

From: The effectiveness of universal parenting programmes: the CANparent trial

Parenting measure Group N Baseline (pre) weighted mean (SD) Post weighted mean (SD)
PDH Frequency CANparent 209 61.86 (9.86) 60.46 (10.72)
Comparison 211 44.71 (9.24) 47.29 (11.34)
PDH Intensity CANparent 191 55.37 (11.08) 53.65 (10.53)
Comparison 213 40.41 (9.44) 42.42 (12.92)
BAP Satisfaction CANparent 237 24.93 (6.65) 27.13 (5.84)
Comparison 185 28.21 (6.64) 28.85 (5.99)
BAP Self-efficacy CANparent 235 29.93 (5.73) 32.12 (4.74)
Comparison 185 31.66 (4.92) 28.20 (3.03)
BAP Interest CANparent 235 14.99 (2.57) 15.48 (2.36)
Comparison 185 11.52 (1.78) 11.89 (1.24)
BAP Total score CANparent 234 69.84 (10.89) 74.67 (9.62)
Comparison 186 69.96 (9.68) 67.31 (8.15)
  1. Note: ES = effect size; PDH = Parenting Daily Hassles; BAP = Being a Parent