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Table 7 Stepwise multiple regression analysis explaining caregivers' change in depression from changes in sleep quality, fatigue, and sleep cognitions

From: Relationships between parental sleep quality, fatigue, cognitions about infant sleep, and parental depression pre and post-intervention for infant behavioral sleep problems

  Unstd B (SE) t Sig. 95% CI for B Cumulative R2
Mothers (N = 185)
 Constant 1.26 (.98) 1.28 .201 [−.68, 3.21]  
 MAF change .25 (.06) 3.83 <.001 [.12, .37] .22
 Sleep anger change .59 (.16) 3.74 <.001 [.28, .90] .28
 PSQI change .53 (.18) 2.90 .004 [.17, .89] .32
 Sleep doubt change .38 (.14) 2.74 .007 [.11, .65] .34
Fathers (N = 169)
 Constant .43 (.67) .64 .521 [−.89, 1.74]  
 MAF change .36 (.06) 5.97 <.001 [.24, .47] .29
 Sleep safety change .89 (.26) 3.45 .001 [.38, 1.40] .34
 Sleep anger change .37 (.16) 2.28 .024 [.05, .70] .36
  1. Abbreviations: CI confidence interval, PSQI sleep quality, MAF fatigue
  2. Mothers: R 2 = .34, adjusted R 2 = .33, F (4, 180) = 23.5, p < .001
  3. Fathers: R 2 = .36, adjusted R 2 = .35, F (3, 165) = 31.4, p < .001