Table 4

Model estimates of longitudinal changes on outcome measures
Outcome Intercepta Slope: Main effectb Slope: Interaction with genderc Slope: Interaction with aged Slope: Interaction with household size Slope: Interaction with exposure Slope: Interaction with social capital Slope: Interaction with family composition Slope: Interaction with displacement status
Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE Est SE
PTSD symptoms −0.378 1.776 −0.073 0.147 0.013 0.109 0.053 0.040 −0.035 0.022 −0.015 0.017 −0.027 0.018 −0.197 0.064** 0.069 0.068
Depressive symptoms −0.651 0.782 −0.008 0.062 −0.001 0.055 0.029 0.022 −0.018 0.007* 0.009 0.012 0.007 0.008 −0.110 0.042** 0.024 0.038
Hope 1.063 0.660 0.065 0.073 −0.066 0.058 −0.056 0.025* 0.004 0.009 −0.028 0.011* 0.018 0.012 0.024 0.056 −0.196 0.064**
Function impairment −0.256 1.060 −0.035 0.045 −0.036 0.053 0.027 0.015 −0.011 0.006* −0.009 0.007 0.008 0.005 0.034 0.037 0.116 0.030**

aAverage score at baseline corrected for clustering; bchange on outcome measure over 0, 6 and 20 weeks; ca negative estimate indicates decreases in the outcome for boys; da negative estimate indicates decreases in the outcome for every year older; *: statistically significant at α 0.01−0.05, **: statistically significant at α <0.01. Est, estimate; PTSD, posttraumatic stress disorder; SE, standard error.

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Tol et al. BMC Medicine 2014 12:56   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-12-56

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