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Table 3 Results of regression analyses in each of 6 domains

From: What contributes to a good quality of life in early dementia? awareness and the QoL-AD: a cross-sectional study

  Adjusted R2   Standardised β Significance
Person with dementia – background 0.10 F = 4.589, p = 0.005   
Age    .252 .014
Gender    -.169 .094
Alzheimer’s v mixed    .322 .002
Person with dementia – psychosocial (self-rated) 0.52 F = 21.39, p < 0.0001   
HADS - depression    -.403 <.0001
TSCS self-concept    .203 .021
Quality of relationship    .227 .007
Person with dementia - neuropsychological 0.19 F = 4.905, p = 0.001   
Category fluency    .269 .016
Caregiver ratings of person with dementia 0.23 F = 6.727, p <0.0001   
TSCS self-concept (informant)    .227 .035
NPI-Q irritability severity    -.221 .036
Caregiver self-ratings and background variables 0.18 F = 5.95, p < 0.0001   
NPI-Q agitation/aggression distress    -.310 .002
Awareness indices 0.16 F = 5.306, p = 0.001   
FAD    .217 .037
  1. Results of preliminary regression analyses in six domains, showing only variables selected for inclusion in final model. Excluded variables are listed in the text.