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Table 3 The association between a mother's parenting style and her child's disease severity in the subsequent year

From: The parenting attitudes and the stress of mothers predict the asthmatic severity of their children: a prospective study

The T-PCRp scale Univariate regression Multiple regression 1* Multiple regression 2
  β P β P β P
Passive rejection .103 .13 .083 .17 .096 .13
Active rejection .142 .034 .080 .19 .086 .17
Strict control .033 .63 .010 .87 .014 .82
Overexpectation .062 .36 .053 .38 .057 .36
Interference .132 .049 .123 .041 .129 .035
Overconcern .080 .23 .078 .20 .077 .21
Sacrifice -.031 .65 -.008 .89 -.009 .88
Doting -.057 .39 -.046 .45 -.046 .45
Contradiction .058 .39 .044 .47 .045 .46
Inter-parental inconsistency .120 .08 .079 .19 .087 .16
  1. T-PCRp: Ta-ken Diagnostic Test for Parent-Child Relationship, Parent Form. β: standardized partial correlation coefficient. *Adjusted for serum Ig E at baseline and severity at baseline. Adjusted for covariates in Multiple regression 1 plus adherence at baseline and adherence at 1 year follow-up.