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Table 7 Regression model: Internalizing problems as dependent variable and symptoms of anxiety and depression as main covariates

From: School functioning and internalizing problems in young schoolchildren

Independent variablesInternalizing problems (T)
B (95% CI)
N = 750
Adj. B (95% CI)
N = 472
Anxiety symptoms (S)0.017 (0.001 to 0.036)0.017 (0.002 to 0.036)
Depression symptoms (S)0.072** (0.021 to 0.122)0.071** (0.020 to 0.122)
Female gender−0.455 (− 0.941 to 0.031)−0.450 (− 0.937 to 0.038)
Class level0.152 (− 0.158 to 0.462)0.151 (− 0.159 to 0.462)
Mothers education level −0.054 (− 0.289 to 0.181)
  1. Note: B Regression coefficient, adjusted for gender and class level; Adj B: Adjusted for gender, class level and the mothers education level;; Internalizing problems = BPM-T; Anxiety symptoms = MASC; Depression symptoms = SMFQ; (T) = Teacher rated; (S) = Self-report;*p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001