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Table 4 Model 2: Standardized estimates of OVK condition for the intercept and slope of secondary and ancillary outcomes across the two-year follow-up period

From: Secondary outcomes of a school-based universal resiliency training for adolescents: a cluster randomized controlled trial

  Intercept Slope   
  β (p-value) β (p-value) RMSEA CFI
Condition as predictor  
SO Anxiety -0.028 (.436) 0.079 (.303) .037 .962
  Hopelessness 0.088 (.068) -0.008 (.947) .042 .952
  Happiness 0.070 (.089) -0.026 (.599) .032 .971
  Life satisfaction 0.038 (.238) -0.044 (.569) .035 .980
  Optimism -0.098 (.005) 0.024 (.765) .047 .954
  Active coping -0.144 (.002) 0.257 (.010) .049 .955
  Cognitive coping -0.001 (.975) 0.120 (.042) .044 .969
  Distraction coping 0.078 (.077) -0.021 (.828) .047 .953
  Avoidance coping  
  Seeking support coping -0.026 (.545) 0.061 (.415) .037 .980
  Academic self-efficacy -0.022 (.367) 0.101 (.194) .040 .952
  Social self-efficacy -0.135 (.000) 0.229 (.039) .040 .960
  Emotional self-efficacy -0.038 (.093) 0.067 (.288) .035 .960
AO School grades -0.175 (.003) .092 (.353) .044 .843
  Classroom atmosphere -0.026 (.861) -.055 (.757) .030 .959
  Alcohol use past 4-weeks  
  Current smoking  
  Truancy -0.152 (.462) -.022 (.879) .014 .979
  1. Note. Condition: 0 = control group, 1 = intervention group. SO = secondary outcomes, AO = ancillary outcomes. In these analyses, control variables, baseline levels of outcome variables, and school clustering was taken into account. For the dichotomous outcome ‘Truancy’, the WLSMV estimator was used, and unstandardized regression coefficients were provided. Significant effects are presented in bold.