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Table 3 Multiple linear regressions (n=63)

From: Parental palliative cancer: psychosocial adjustment and health-related quality of life in adolescents participating in a German family counselling service

Criteria F (df) ,p R2 R2 adj Significant predictors B 95% CI for B beta p VIF
SDQ total difficulties 8.934 (5, 57), <.001 .439 .390 Parental palliative disease −5.260 [−7.715; -2.805] -.446 <.001 1.097
     FAD general functioning 4.639 [2.157; 7.121] .383 <.001 1.064
     Adolescent age −1.754 [−4.226; .718] -.144 .161 1.038
     Adolescent gender 1.700 [−.732; 4.131] .144 .167 1.076
     HADS-D ill parent 3.813 [−.622; 8.248] .175 .091 1.053
Kidscreen-10 global health index 7.429 (4, 58), <.001 .339 .239 Parental palliative disease 4.805 [.637; 8.973] .258 .025 1.092
     FAD general functioning −6.396 [−10.695; -2.097] -.334 .004 1.103
     Adolescent age −4.751 [−9.068; -.438] -.246 .031 1.091
     Gender ill parent 2.755 [−2.429; 7.939] .123 .292 1.179
  1. Note: Dummy coding of parental palliative disease (no vs. yes), FAD gf (< 2 vs. > =2), child age (11–14 vs. 15–18 years), VIF (variance inflation factor).