Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 4 Interaction of father's PTSD status and military status on child's psychopathological, behavioral and family adjustment variables

From: Psychopathological status, behavior problems, and family adjustment of Kuwaiti children whose fathers were involved in the first gulf war

Variables Two-way ANCOVA*: Interaction statistics Post – hoc tests
  F P F P Groups in Table 3 with significant difference (& level of significance)
Rutter statements on behavior 1.4 0.25 2.7 0.01 4 > 2 (0.008); 4 > 1 (0.03)
Rutter discriminant 3.8 0.01 2.9 0.005 4 > 3(0.04); 4 > 2(0.025); 4 > 1(0.01); 5 > 1(0.04)
CBI depression 4.7 0.004 5.4 0.000 4 > 1(0.002); 4 > 2(0.04); 4 > 3(0.001); 5 > 3(0.02); 6 > 3 (0.003)
CBI anxiety 2.2 0.09 2.7 0.01 4 > 1(0.002); 4 > 2(0.03)
CBI prosocial 4.0 0.009 3.3 0.02 4 > 1(0.04); 4 > 2(0.003)
FAD problem solving 0.1 0.94 2.4 0.02 3 > 1(0.007)
FAD communication 1.4 0.24 3.6 0.001 3 > 1(0.005); 7 > 1(0.01)
FAD Roles 3.3 0.02 4.0 0.000 3 > 5(0.006); 2 > 5(0.003)
  1. * Adjusted for age of fathers and children.