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Table 2 Multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA)

From: Association between parental separation and addictions in adolescents: results of a National Lebanese Study

 Betap-value95% Confidence IntervalPartial Eta Squared
Lower BoundUpper Bound
AUDIT total score
 Gender (females vs malesa)0.2950.493−0.5481.1370.001
 Parents status (separated vs living togethera)8.035< 0.0016.8409.2300.10
 House crowding index−0.1610.624−0.8050.4830.001
 Physical activity score0.060< 0.0010.0320.0890.003
IAT total score
 Gender (females vs males*)1.6950.070−0.1363.5260.002
 Parents status (separated vs living together*)−0.5840.679−3.3482.1810.001
 Physical activity score0.234< 0.0010.1680.3010.03
 House crowding index1.1410.084−0.1542.4360.001
 Age−0.333< 0.001−0.462− 0.2030.02
 Gender (females vs males*)−0.0970.540−0.4090.2140.001
 Parents status (separated vs living together*)2.767< 0.0012.3253.2090.09
 House crowding index−0.3570.003−0.595− 0.1190.005
 Physical activity score0.0050.354−0.0060.0160.001
 Age−1.293< 0.001−1.687−0.8990.03
 Gender (females vs males*)−0.9660.0291.834−0.0990.003
 Parents status (separated vs living together*)5.263< 0.0013.9236.6040.044
 House crowding index−1.0980.003− 1.820−0.3760.005
 Physical activity score0.0160.320−0.0160.0480.001
  1. Note: In the global model, the independent variable is Parents status (living together* vs. separate). Covariates are: age, gender, house crowding index and physical activity score
  2. *Reference group; numbers in bold indicate significant p-values