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Table 3 Scores obtained for the psychosocial variables by family caregivers: men and women

From: Psychosocial factors related with caregiver burden among families of children with chronic conditions

Psychosocial variables Possible value range Minimum-maximum Mean (SD) Minimum-maximum Mean (SD) t p
  Women (n = 340) Men (n = 76)  
Sociocultural factors
 Sociocultural premises 33–66 33–64 49.30 (6.28) 38–62 50.21
(5.54)
1.15 0.24
 Social support networks 4–225 82–192 159.63 (18.01) 109–213 156.23 (19.75) −1.47 0.14
Family factors
 Family support 17–68 17–68 59.50 (10.28) 34–68 59.21 (9.54) −.22 0.82
 Family functioning 22–110 35–106 86.82 (12.17) 59–105 84.43 (11.21) −1.56 0.11
Psychological factors
 Well-being 0–30 3–30 18.13 (5.12) 9–30 18.55 (5.51) 0.64 0.51
 Stressors 7–35 7–32 12.72 (5.48) 7–26 12.89 (5.16) 0.25 0.80
 Anxiety 0–63 0–62 14.74 (12.83) 0–63 13.56 (12.90) 0.75 0.47
 Caregiver burden 0–88 0–88 23.12 (12.16) 1–66 23.12 (12.16) 0.36 0.71