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Table 5 Bivariate and Multiple Regression for Predicting BIS-C Total Score

From: Self-reported and parent proxy reported functional impairment among pediatric cancer survivors and controls

 Model 1 (n = 79)Model 2 (n = 71)
BivariateStep 1 (Demographic)Step 2 (+BIS Total)BivariateStep 1 (NIH Examiner scales)Step 2 (+ RIST)
Socioeconomic Status a−0.182−0.110− 0.070  −0.071
Child Age (years)−0.201*−0.338− 0.454*  −0.508
BIS Total0.307** 0.363**   
Verbal Fluency Total   −0.231*−0.095−0.083
Weighted composite   0.0530.4110.306
CPT Total Targets Correct   −0.0430.007−0.006
CPT Target Errors   0.270**0.6410.785
N-Back Score   −0.238*−0.537−0.724
Set Shifting score   −0.0700.2680.408
Executive Function Composite Score   −0.214*0.0980.208
RISTtotal index IQ b   −0.170 −0.116
Total explained variance (adjusted R2) 0.0490.146 0.0280.062
  1. Model 1 includes demographic variables (SES and child age) and Parent reported BIS Total
  2. Model 2 includes neurocognitive variables (NIH Examiner scales, RIST)
  3. R-squared values used in this table are adjusted variables
  4. aBarratt Simplified Measure of Social Status
  5. bReynolds Intellectual Screening Test Composite IQ is standard score
  6. *p-value < 0.05
  7. **p-value < 0.01