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Table 3 Regression results for FDR, Corsi, and BDR by socioeconomic group

From: Socioeconomic disadvantage and ethnicity are associated with large differences in children’s working memory ability: analysis of a prospective birth cohort study following 13,500 children

Socioeconomic group FDR (n = 4895) Corsi (n = 4872) BDR (n = 4913)
B (95% CI) t p B (95% CI) t p B (95% CI) t p
Least deprived          
Employed not materially deprived − 2.47 [− 3.94 to − 0.99] − 3.27 .001 − 3.52 [− 5.21 to − 1.84] − 4.10  < .001 − 4.30 [− 6.13 to − 2.47] − 4.60  < .001
Employed no access to money − 2.28 [− 3.78 to − 0.78] − 2.98 .003 − 2.70 [− 4.41 to − 0.99] − 3.10 .002 − 2.97 [− 4.82 to − 1.11] − 3.14 .002
Benefits but coping − 4.23 [− 5.52 to − 2.94] − 6.41  < .001 − 6.74 [− 8.22 to − 5.26] − 8.96  < .001 − 7.34 [− 8.94 to − 5.73] − 8.98  < .001
Most deprived − 6.02 [− 7.51 to − 4.54] − 7.97  < .001 − 6.56 [− 8.25 to − 4.86] − 7.60  < .001 − 8.42 [− 10.26 to − 6.58] − 8.98  < .001
F test F(4, 4890) = 19.01    F(4, 4867) = 25.85    F(4, 4908) = 25.59   
Unadjusted R2, p .02, < .001    .02, < .001    .02, < .001