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Table 3 Model summary of multiple regression analysis to evaluate the predictor variables of psychotic symptoms among patients with schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders (N = 140)

From: Dissociation as a causal pathway from sexual abuse to positive symptoms in the spectrum of psychotic disorders

Model 1 (Response variable: PANSS1): R = 0.58; R2 = 0.33; F (5, 134) = 13.76***
Explanatory variables β SE t LLCI ULCI
SA 0.32 0.16 2.00* 0.004 0.646
D1 −0.16 0.07 −2.25* −0.318 − 0.021
D2 −0.14 0.08 − 1.75 − 0.303 0.018
D3 0.20 0.09 2.09* 0.011 0.400
PA 0.41 0.12 3.29** 0.165 0.662
Model 2 (Response variable: PANSS2): R = 0.42; R2 = 0.17; F (5, 134) = 5.73***
Explanatory variables β SE t LLCI ULCI
SA 0.11 0.11 1.04 −0.103 0.332
D1 0.02 0.05 0.41 −0.079 0.122
D2 0.01 0.05 0.29 −0.092 0.125
D3 −0.12 0.06 −1.84 −0.255 0.008
PA 0.25 0.08 2.96** 0.083 0.421
Model 3 (Response variable: PANSS3): R = 0.59; R2 = 0.35; F (5, 134) = 14.79***
Explanatory variables β SE t LLCI ULCI
SA 0.23 0.18 1.25 −0.133 0.598
D1 −0.00 0.08 −0.00 − 0.170 0.169
D2 −0.03 0.09 −0.37 −0.218 0.149
D3 0.44 0.11 3.92*** 0.218 0.662
PA 0.48 0.14 3.39*** 0.203 0.770
  1. Note: D1 Amnesia, D2 Depersonalization/Derealization, D3 Absorption, LLCI Lower Limit of Confidence Interval, PA Physical Abuse, PANSS1 Positive Symptoms, PANSS2 Negative Symptoms, PANSS3 General Psychopathology Symptoms, SA Sexual Abuse, ULCI Upper Limit of Confidence Interval
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001