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Table 8 Multivariable hierarchical regressions of prosocial behavior on independent variables

From: Potentially traumatic events, coping strategies and associations with mental health and well-being measures among conflict-affected youth in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

   Boysa     Girlsb    
Model   b SE β p b SE β p
M1 Age 0.023 0.021 0.072 0.271 0.033 0.024 0.097 0.175
  Total pTEs −0.010 0.016 −0.038 0.523 0.019 0.021 0.064 0.372
  Attack Victim 0.161 0.135 0.073 0.234 0.054 0.172 0.023 0.753
  Home Violence −0.016 0.104 −0.010 0.874 −0.228 0.100 −0.157 0.023*
  Village Violence 0.001 0.113 0.001 0.990 0.102 0.101 0.071 0.311
  Constant 2.640 0.274   0.000 2.460 0.295   0.000
M2 Age 0.028 0.021 0.089 0.169 0.038 0.023 0.111 0.106
  Total pTEs −0.020 0.015 −0.077 0.194 0.017 0.021 0.056 0.429
  Attack Victim 0.160 0.135 0.073 0.237 0.029 0.155 0.012 0.850
  Home Violence −0.024 0.106 −0.014 0.822 −0.264 0.099 −0.181 0.008**
  Village Violence −0.043 0.114 −0.029 0.709 0.097 0.095 0.067 0.310
  Problem-focused −0.523 0.090 −0.322 0.000*** −0.509 0.121 −0.243 0.000***
  Emotion-focused −0.016 0.161 −0.006 0.922 −0.112 0.162 −0.046 0.490
  Avoidance 0.007 0.084 0.005 0.936 0.012 0.091 0.008 0.897
  Faith 0.131 0.108 0.070 0.226 0.210 0.119 0.107 0.080
  Constant 2.669 0.266   0.000 2.453 0.283   0.000
  1. Note: SE Robust standard errors
  2. a R 2 = 0.017 for step 1, p = 0.6366; R 2 = 0.1205 for step 2, p = 0.0000
  3. b R 2 = 0.0481 for step 1, p = 0.0402; R 2 = 0.1273 for step 2, p = 0.0002
  4. *p<0.05, **p<0.01, ***p<0.001, p<0.10 in boldface