# Table 3 Effect of VIPI (differences between VIPI and TAU) on EAS score at T2 adjusted for EAS score and not adjusted/adjusted for BDI at baseline: regression coefficient estimate, CI, and p-value for VIPI at different values of EAS score and BDI score at baseline

EAS score at T1/ Sample percentile Not adjusted for BDI BDI = 5 BDI = 15 BDI = 25
B value/95% CI/p B value/95% CI/p B value/95% CI/p B value/95% CI/p
EAS score = 97 20.49 (6.57 to 34.41) 10.96 (−13.98 to 25.91) 25.13 (11.45 to 38.81) 39.30 (21.62 to 56.97)
(10th percentile) 0.004 0.15 <0.001 <0.001
EAS score = 116.5 15.10 (5.15 to 25.05) 15.79 (4.59 to 26.98) 19.14 (9.12 to 29.16) 33.31 (18.24 to 48.38)
(25th percentile) 0.003 0.006 <0.001 <0.001
EAS score = 143 7.79 (0.15 to 15.41) −3.16 (−12.91 to 6.58) 11.00 (3.12 to 18.89) 25.17 (11.36 to 38.98)
(50th percentile) 0.05 0.52 0.007 < 0.001
EAS score = 165 1.70 (−8.38 to 11.78) −9.92 (−21.38 to 1.53) 4.25 (−5.76 to 14.25) 18.42 (3.24 to 33.59)
(75th percentile) 0.74 0.089 0.40 0.018
EAS score = 172 0.23 (−11.64 to 11.18) −12.07 (−24.56 to 6.29) 2.10 (−9.10 to 13.29) 16.27 (0.26 to 32.27)
(90 percentile) 0.97 0.058 0.71 0.046
1. The regression equation:
2. EAS 2 = 69.24 + 0.650 EAS1 + 33.114 VIPI – 0.302 EAS1 × VIPI – 1.382 BDI + 1.355 BDI × VIPI.
3. Treatment group: VIPI = 1(0) for treatment group (TAU).
4. EAS: Emotional Availability Scales, BDI: Beck Depression Inventory.
5. High EAS scores indicate good emotional availability in the parent–child dyad. BDI = 5 indicates no parental depressive symptoms; BDI = 15 indicates mild depressive symptoms and BDI = 25 indicates moderate depressive symptoms.
6. Bold numbers: significant differences in the level of ≤ 0.05.