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Table 2 Regression coefficients and associated 95% confidence intervals (95% CI) of mixed-effects models relating time in New Zealand to standardised NZAccult and PIAccult scores for Pacific mothers who immigrated to New Zealand and for those who have lived their lives entirely within New Zealand

From: Acculturation of Pacific mothers in New Zealand over time: findings from the Pacific Islands Families study

  Immigrated to New Zealand* Lived entirely within New Zealand
  Est. (95% CI) Est. (95% CI)
Standardised NZAccult score     
   Intercept 0.350 (0.334, 0.366) 0.494 (0.439, 0.550)
   Time in New Zealand (years) 0.013 (0.012, 0.014) 0.008 (0.006, 0.010)
   Maternal age (years) - centred at 28.5 years -0.007 (-0.008, -0.006)   
Standardised PIAccult score     
   Intercept 0.809 (0.801, 0.818) 0.626 (0.611, 0.641)
   Time in New Zealand after 12-years (years) -0.009 (-0.010, -0.008)   
   Maternal age (years) - centred at 28.5 years 0.005 (0.004, 0.006)   
  1. *adjusted for maternal age.