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Table 2 Results for the regression analyses predicting peer victimization and depressive symptoms at T2 (betas)

From: Depressive symptoms from kindergarten to early school age: longitudinal associations with social skills deficits and peer victimization

  STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3
  Victimization (T2) Victimization (Change b ) Depressive symptoms (T2) Depressive symptoms (Change b ) Depressive symptoms (T2) Depressive symptoms (Change b )
Gendera -.162** -.153** -.059 -.078 -.024 -.052
Age (T1) .006 .019 .090 .044 .082 .042
Sample -.070 -.053 -.012 .001 -.001 .005
Other-oriented social skills (T1) -.304*** -.240*** -.209** -.148* -.117 -.083
Self-oriented social skills (T1) .053 .075 -.248** -.104 -.251*** -.121
Gender*OOSa .064 .049 .079 .089 .044 .060
Gender*SOSa -.013 -.017 .023 .023 .007 .008
Victimization (T1) -- .125** -- -- .047 .011
Victimization (T2)    -- -- .217*** .202**
Gender*VIC (T1)a    -- --- -.202 -.196
Gender*VIC (T2)a    -- -- .202 .200
Depressive symptoms (T1)     .285***   .268***
Model: R2 .126 .137 .094 .131 .167 .190
  1. *** p < .001 ** p < .01, *p < .05
  2. a Dummy coded variables (grls = 1, boys = 0)
  3. b The outcome at T2 were used as dependent variable but controlled for its level at T1, thus we predict changes from T1 to T2 (positive scores = increases).