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Table 3 Overall ADHD-RS reduction predicted by ECR, RSA and ASRS

From: Childhood ADHD and treatment outcome: the role of maternal functioning

  Crude Adjusted
b 95% CI b 95% CI
ECR − 1.68 [− 3.38, 0.02] − 1.18 [− 2.91, 0.55]
RSA − 1.98 [− 3.66, − 0.31]* − 1.76 [− 3.45, − 0.07]*
ASRS 3.44 [1.78, 5.10]*** 3.48 [1.76, 5.20]***
Control variables
 Female (ref. male)    0.30 [− 3.06, 3.66]
 Age at baseline    − 0.29 [− 1.55, 0.98]
 Split family (ref. nuclear)    0.09 [− 2.88,3.07]
 In medical treatment (ref. not)    − 5.32 [− 8.79, − 1.84]**
 Psych. disp. (no psych. Disp.)    − 1.21 [− 5.71,3.29]
 Missed out follow ups    0.30 [− 1.86,2.46]
  1. N = 64. Linear regression using full information maximum likelihood estimator. ECR, RSA and ASRS are standardized factor scores used only in separate models. Outcome is the reduction in ADHD-RS score during 12 months follow up. It is predicted in a mixed effects regression including all information available. Crude and adjusted estimates are controlled for baseline ADHD-RS
  2. ASRS 1.1 Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale, RSA Resilience Scale for Adults, ECR Experiences in Close Relationships
  3. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001