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Table 7 Regression analysis for Problem gambling (N = 366)

From: Problem gambling in adolescents: what are the psychological, social and financial consequences?

Problem gamblingModel 1
(Soc.-demo. characteristics)
Model 2
(Risk-protective factors)
BSE(B)βBSE(B)β
Age.64.27.34*−.06.14−.03
Gender−2.11.31−.34***−.55.17−.09**
Father’s education−.36.17−.11*−.12.09−.04
Mother’s education.15.17.05−.04.09−.01
Father’s employment.07.09.04.03.05.02
Mother’s employment.03.11.01.02.06.01
Grade / class−1.19.86−.19.45.45.08
School success−.08.19−.02−.34.10−.09**
Psychol. conseq. of gambling   .34.04.32***
Social conseq. of gambling   .87.08.37***
Financial conseq. of gambling   1.39.09.39***
Family relations quality   −0.02.01−.01
Risk behaviour   .04.02.05
R2.160.781
R Square Change.160.621
Adjusted R2.141.773
df8, 35713, 352
F8.482***96.559***
F for change in R28.48***199.71***
  1. Note: p<.05*; p<.01**; p<.001***