From: What explains between-school differences in rates of smoking?
Boys' | Girls' | |||||
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Between-school variance^{2} (standard error) | 95% credible intervals ^{3 & 4} | % of model 1 variance^{5} | Between-school variance (standard error) | 95% credible intervals^{4} | % of model 1 variance | |
Model 1 – adjusted for socio-demographic and cultural factors predicting smoking. | 0.250 (0.099) | (0.114,0.497) | (100%) | 0.046 (0.021) | (0.012,0.081) | (100%) |
Model 2 – adds (to model 1) individual cognition measures. | 0.275 (0.111) | (0.122,0.551) | (110%) | 0.048 (0.023) | (0.015,0.112) | (104%) |
Model 3 – adds (to model 2) cognitions relating to school. | 0.240 (0.105) | (0.116,0.520) | (96%) | 0.030 (0.014) | (0.011.0.067) | (65%) |
Model 4 – adds (to model 3) school level affluence (factor 1). | 0.175 (0.077) | (0.068,0.302) | (70%) | 0.040 (0.024) | (0.011,0.101) | (86%) |
Model 5 – adds (to model 3) school level poor quality of relationships – factor 3 | 0.201 (0.084) | (0.088,0.408) | (80%) | 0.038 (0.021) | (0.011,0.91) | (83%) |
Model 6 – adds (to model 5) school level affluence (factor 1), and the interaction between factor 1 and poor quality of relationships. | 0.045 (0.023) | (-0.001,0.112) | (18%) | 0.039 (0.020) | (0.000,0.077) | (85%) |