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Table 5 Multiple regression analysis: predictors of recovery (QPR-15) scores

From: An Asian study on clinical and psychological factors associated with personal recovery in people with psychosis

  Standardised β t p-value F Change Sig. F Change
Baseline
 1
  Gender 0.025 0.231 0.818 5.335 < 0.001  
  Age 0.102 0.969 0.337    
  PANSS positive −0.103 − 0.811 0.421    
  PANSS negative −0.293 −2.643 0.011    
  PANSS excitement −0.159 −1.499 0.139    
  CDSS −0.404 −3.286 0.002    
  PSP −0.074 − 0.556 0.580    
 2
  Gender 0.058 0.794 0.430 69.332 < 0.001  
  Age 0.080 1.119 0.268    
  PANSS positive −0.097 −1.132 0.262    
  PANSS negative −0.103 −1.311 0.195    
  PANSS excitement −0.085 −1.174 0.245    
  CDSS −0.219 −2.537 0.014    
  PSP −0.143 −1.539 0.130    
  HHI-abbreviated 0.653 8.327 < 0.001    
Time point 2
 1
  Gender −0.029 −0.271 0.787 4.661 < 0.001  
  Age 0.191 1.745 0.086    
  PANSS positive −0.069 − 0.528 0.600    
  PANSS negative −0.125 −1.027 0.308    
  PANSS excitement 0.023 0.198 0.844    
  CDSS −0.417 −3.384 0.001    
  PSP 0.087 0.624 0.535    
 2
  Gender −0.015 −0.161 0.873 24.744 < 0.001  
  Age 0.134 1.445 0.154    
  PANSS positive −0.058 −0.528 0.600    
  PANSS negative −0.118 −1.147 0.256    
  PANSS excitement 0.044 0.444 0.659    
  CDSS −0.056 −0.442 0.660    
  PSP 0.022 0.185 0.854    
  WHOQOL-BREF 0.605 4.974 0.000    
  1. Baseline: Stage 1 adjusted R2 = .318, Stage 2 adjusted R2 = 0.687, ∆ R2 = 0.334, ∆ adjusted R2 = 0.369, adjusted R2 with all psychological factors = .702
  2. Time point 2: Stage 1 adjusted R2 = .283, Stage 2 adjusted R2 = 0.491, ∆ R2 = 0.194, ∆ adjusted R2 = 0.208, adjusted R2 with all psychological factors = .539
  3. Note: not all of the psychological factors are reflected in the hierarchical multiple linear regression model above as entering all results in high VIF, refer to text for more details