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Table 4 Correlation between the trajectories of children’s social competence

From: The relationship between the development of social competence and sleep in infants: a longitudinal study

Items Low vs. high analysis
Regression coefficient P
Genders 2.90 < 0.01
Siblings 2.91 < 0.01
Family type 0.30 0.76
Mother’s age − 0.55 0.58
Father’s age − 1.02 0.31
Mother’s career 0.54 0.59
Annual family income − 0.79 0.43
Using child care center 0.00 1.00
Play with your child − 0.68 0.50
Read books to your child 0.97 0.33
Sing songs with your child 1.73 0.08
Work together with your partner to raise your child 1.95 0.05
Eat meals together as a family 0.86 0.39
Go grocery shopping with your child − 0.20 0.85
Go to the park with your child 1.17 0.24
Go to friends’ or relatives’ house − 0.95 0.34
Have child care support 0.67 0.50
Have consult − 0.01 1.00
Talk with your partner about your child 0.61 0.54
When your child splits milk 0.24 0.81
Number of times in a week you slap your child 1.12 0.26
Sleep onset time 2.05 0.04
Nocturnal sleeping duration 1.85 0.07
Total sleeping duration 2.10 0.04
  1. Italic values indicate significance of P value (P < 0.05)