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Table 3 Results of the linear Regression for Variables Predicting (A) PTSD Symptoms, (B) Shutdown Dissociation and (C) Depression

From: Type and timing of adverse childhood experiences differentially affect severity of PTSD, dissociative and depressive symptoms in adult inpatients

Model Unstandardized Coefficients B Unstandardized Coefficients SE Standardized Coefficient ß t p
A. Results of the linear Regression for Variables Predicting PTSD Symptoms
 Constant −3.28 1.75   −1.88 p = .063
 MACE SUM 0.21 0.06 .29 3.42 p = .001
 Physical Neglect at age 5 2.28 0.80 .24 3.86 p = .005
 Emotional Neglect at age 6 0.60 0.43 .12 1.41 p = .161
 Sexual Abuse at age 12 6.73 1.89 .25 3.56 p = .001
B. Results of the linear Regression for Variables Predicting Symptoms of Shutdown Dissociation
 Constant 3.47 0.73   −1.88 p < .001
 Physical Neglect at age 5 0.70 0.48 .14 1.46 p = .147
 Emotional Neglect at age 4 0.57 0.26 .21 2.17 p = .032
 Parental Non-verbal Emotional Abuse at age 14 0.44 0.26 .16 1.73 p = .086
 Sexual Abuse at age 12 3.02 1.12 .22 2.69 p = .008
C. Results of the linear Regression for Variables Predicting Symptoms of Depression
 Constant 14.82 1.29   11.48 p < .001
 F2 diagnosis −5.12 0.14 −.34 −4.49 p < .001
 MACE duration 0.01 0.01 .15 1.39 p = .166
 Emotional Neglect at age 9 0.51 0.30 .17 1.67 p = .097
 Sexual Abuse at age 12 2.69 1.37 .16 1.97 p = .051