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Table 5 The association between a mother's stress/coping behaviors 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 SI scale Univariate regression Multiple regression 1* Multiple regression 2
  β P β P β P
Low sense of control .018 .79 .069 .26 .068 .27
Object dependence of loss .056 .41 .055 .36 .054 .37
Object dependence of happiness -.012 .85 .007 .91 .004 .95
Object dependence of anger .176 .008 .201 <.001 .210 <.001
Annoying barrier .200 .003 .188 .002 .192 .002
Object dependence of ambivalence .052 .44 .034 .58 .035 .57
Disclosure of negative experiences -.107 .11 -.096 .11 -.096 .11
Unfulfilled needs for acceptance .183 .006 .142 .019 .144 .018
Altruism .173 .010 .190 .002 .194 .001
Egoism -.081 .23 -.125 .039 -.129 .040
Rationalizing conflicts/frustrations .067 .32 .039 .52 .039 .53
Lack of emotional experiences -.022 .74 -.061 .31 -.060 .33
  1. SI: Stress Inventory. 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.