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Table 7 Relationship between premenstrual syndrome symptoms & depression, anxiety and stress

From: Prevalence of premenstrual syndrome and its association with psychosocial and lifestyle variables: a cross-sectional study from Palestine

PMS Symptoms Factors Univariate Analysisa Multivariate Analysisb
Beta (95% CI) p value Beta (95% CI) p value R square
Psychological Depression .459 (.049–.072) .000** .139 (.003–.034) .021* .310
Anxiety .447 (.049–.073) .000** .133 (.003–.034) .022*
Stress .534 (.060–.082) .000** .350 (.030–.063) .000**
Physical Depression .240 (.017–.041) .000** -.077 (-.025–.006) .245 .156
Anxiety .349 (.032–.055) .000** .208 (.010–.042) .001*
Stress .365 (.033–.056) .000** .280 (.017–.051) .000**
Behavioral Depression .373 (.048–.079) .000** .176 (.008–.052) .007* .178
Anxiety .353 (.046–.078) .000** .139 (.003–.046) .027*
Stress .380 (.049–.080) .000** .166 (.005–.052) .020*
  1. *p < .05; **p < .01 using simple linear regression/multiple linear regression
  2. aUnivariate analysis using simple linear regression
  3. bMultivariate analysis using multiple linear regression