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Table 4 Propensity weighted multiple regression model results controlling for baseline scores (maximum likelihood estimation with robust standard errors)

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

Parenting measure R2 (p value) Group beta (SE) Effect size (95% CIs)
PDH Frequency 53.3% (<.001) .034 (.041) .07 (−.12, .26)
PDH Intensity 43.0% (<.001) .083 (.050) .17 (−.03, .36)
BAP Satisfaction 43.3% (<.001) −.003 (.037) −.01 (−.20, .19)
BAP Self-efficacy 42.7% (<.001) .402 (.037) .89 (.68, 1.09)
BAP Interest 55.1% (<.001) .218 (.045) .45 (.26, .65)
BAP Total score 49.0% (<.001) .289 (.034) .61 (.41, .81)
  1. Note: PDH = Parenting Daily Hassles; BAP = Being a Parent