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# Table 9 Multivariable hierarchical regressions of self-esteem on independent variables

Boysa     Girlsb
Model   b SE β p b SE β p
M1 Age 0.027 0.033 0.067 0.410 −0.032 0.035 −0.059 0.354
Total pTEs 0.030 0.029 −0.239 0.311 −0.010 0.035 −0.021 0.779
Attack Victim −0.907 0.273 0.023 0.001** 0.019 0.253 0.005 0.940
Home Violence 0.068 0.186 −0.199 0.714 0.045 0.153 0.019 0.769
Village Violence −0.510 0.179 0.067 0.005** −0.696 0.167 −0.293 0.000***
Constant 7.502 0.433   0.000 8.188 0.433   0.000
M2 Age 0.013 0.033 0.024 0.690 −0.044 0.035 −0.080 0.218
Total pTEs 0.020 0.028 0.046 0.464 0.003 0.037 0.007 0.927
Attack Victim −0.912 0.259 −0.241 0.001** 0.106 0.258 0.027 0.680
Home Violence 0.031 0.189 0.010 0.871 0.044 0.150 0.018 0.770
Village Violence −0.467 0.175 −0.182 0.008** −0.654 0.162 −0.275 0.000***
Problem-focused −0.338 0.151 −0.123 0.026* 0.218 0.211 0.062 0.304
Emotion-focused 0.752 0.240 0.163 0.002** 0.184 0.290 0.046 0.527
Avoidance 0.181 0.147 0.073 0.220 0.419 0.146 0.176 0.005**
Faith 0.496 0.207 0.154 0.018* 0.446 0.227 0.138 0.051
Constant 7.568 0.423   0.000 8.091 0.438   0.000
1. Note: SE Robust standard errors
2. a R 2 = 0.1076 for step 1, p = 0.0008; R 2 = 0.1709 for step 2, p = 0.0001
3. b R 2 = 0.0900 for step 1, p = 0.0024; R 2 = 0.1432 for step 2, p = 0.0130
4. *p<0.05, **p<0.01, ***p<0.001, p<0.10 in boldface