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Table 5 Regression results for FDR, Corsi and BDR by ethnic-specific socioeconomic position within White British children

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 = 1479 Corsi (n = 1469) BDR (n = 1481)
B (95% CI) t p B (95% CI) t p B (95% CI) t p
Employed, educated, not materially deprived (baseline group)          
Employed, moderate education, materially deprived − 1.82 (− 3.98 to 0.33) − 1.66 .097 − 1.13 (− 3.56 to 1.29) − 0.92 .358 − 0.89 (− 3.41 to 1.62) − 0.70 .487
Low education, benefits, not materially deprived − 5.09 (− 7.07 to − 3.11) − 5.04  < .001 − 5.56 (− 7.78 to − 3.33) − 4.90  < .001 − 6.05 (− 8.37 to − 3.73) − 5.12  < .001
Low education, benefits, subjectively poor and materially deprived − 7.99 (− 10.04 to − 5.94) − 7.66  < .001 − 6.51 (− 8.81 to − 4.20) − 5.55  < .001 − 6.98 (− 9.38 to − 4.59) − 5.72  < .001
F test F(3, 1475) = 22.36 F(3, 1465) = 14.57 F(3, 1477) = 16.08
Unadjusted R2 .04 .03 .03