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Table 3 The relations between antenatal mental health levels and partner’s reaction to pregnancy

From: Partner’s emotional reaction to pregnancy mediates the relationship between pregnancy planning and prenatal mental health

  Dependent variables
Depression level Anxiety level Partner’s reaction to pregnancy
Adj r2 = .29; F = 21.08; p = <.0001 Adj r2 = .04 F = 2.87; p = .01 Adj r2 = .14; F = 11.05; p < .0001
Beta Sig CI 95% Beta Sig CI 95% Beta Sig CI 95%
Age of women .03 .55 −.06 .12 −.07 .22 −.58 .14 −.13 .02 −.07 −.77
Monthly income ($) −.11 .03 −1.78 −.07 −.05 .38 −4.63 1.79 .17 .002 8.95 1.90
Educational level .08 .11 −.09 .81 −.07 .27 −2.61 .74 .01 .91 −1.62 1.61
History of infertility −.02 .64 −2.73 1.70 −.03 .59 −10.66 6.02 −.01 .81 −7.41 9.47
Pregnancy planning .01 .67 −1.00 1.01 −.01 .92 −3.67 3.94 .32 <.0001 14.44 7.21
PERP (total) −.52 < 0001 −.12 −.17 −.19 .002 −.07 −.29
  1. Abbreviation: Adj r2 Adjusted r square, CI Confidence Interval, PERP Partner’s emotional reaction to pregnancy, Beta Standardized coefficients