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Table 4 Multiple linear regression analyses on parent- and child-reported ‘school environment’ with and without controlling for item overlap

From: Health-related quality of life among children with mental health problems: a population-based approach

  Without correction for item overlap Excluding one overlapping item Excluding two overlapping item
Parent report Child report Parent report Child report Parent report Child report
β β β β β β
Health status       
Healthy controls (reference)       
Children with attention deficits -.190** -.262*** -.181** -.221** -.134* -.158*
CSHCN with physical health problems .085 -.108 .054 -.082 .055 -.072
Severity -.222*** .036 -.172* .012 -.142* .017
Medication .047 .087* .047 .076 .010 .060
Female gender .093*** .042 .090*** .054 .105*** .063*
Non-Swiss nationality .014 .054 .016 .053 .034 .065*
R 2 adjusted .128 .040 .095 .035 .072 .020
F 31.51 8.82 23.00 7.76 17.26 4.78
df 6, 1246 6, 1115 6, 1246 6, 1115 6, 1246 6, 1115
p <.001 <.001 <.001 <.001 <.001 <.001
  1. Note: Both significant and non significant standardized betas are reported; * = p ≤ .05; ** = p ≤ .01 *** = p ≤ .001; Coding severity: no problem (healthy controls; 0) – very severe (5).