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Table 3 Regression beta coefficients and standard errors for hypothesised candidate risk factors as predictors of symptoms (n = 7326)

From: Cumulative risk exposure and emotional symptoms among early adolescent girls

  Unstandardised Standardised
Candidate risk factor b SE β SE
Young relative age (youngest)a − 0.01 0.02 -.02 .04
Young relative age (middle)a − 0.04 0.02 -.07 .04
Low academic attainment 0.06** 0.02 .11** .04
High academic attainment − 0.01 0.02 -.03 .04
SEN 0.08** 0.02 .15** .05
Low family income 0.05** 0.02 .10** .03
Caregiving responsibilities 0.17*** 0.02 .33*** .04
Adversity 0.01 0.03 .02 .06
Neighbourhood socioeconomic deprivation − 0.11* 0.05 -.03* .02
  1. Confirmed risk factors are shown in bold type
  2. SEN special educational needs, ACEs adverse childhood experiences
  3. aEldest young relative age within academic cohort group (born September–December) utilised as reference category for dummy variables
  4. *p < .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001