TABLE 4

General Linear Modeling Results and Effect Sizes

In Your Opinion, Should Health Departments Use These Leftover Blood Samples to Maintain the Quality of Existing Tests for Newborns?Do You Think It Would Be Alright for These Leftover Blood Samples To Be Used for Important Research on Diseases That Affect Mothers and Infants?
Mean ± response1.92 ± 0.951.72 ± 0.88
1–4 Likert scale anchors (% responses)1: Definitely (39)
2: Probably (39)
3: Probably not (12)
4: Definitely not (10)1: Definitely (50)
2: Probably (36)
3: Probably not (7)
4: Definitely not (7)
FβFβ
NBS education56.23***−0.4034.67***−0.28
Survey method (baseline = KN)9.07***14.62***
 Focus groups3.68−0.196.66**−0.23
 Traditional telephone/paper15.69***−0.2724.80***−0.31
Age1.930.000.310.00
Female11.35***−0.128.19**−0.10
Hispanic0.94−0.050.52−0.04
Race (baseline = white)1.492.04
 Black/African American
 Native American
 Asian/other
Mountain Region0.700.040.240.02
Mother with young child5.45*−0.151.40−0.07
Parent0.25−0.021.27−0.04
Income1.180.017.10**0.02
Education10.44**−0.040.110.00
  • F, F test statistic; β, unstandardized regression coefficient; –, not significant.

  • * P < .05;

  • ** P < .01;

  • *** P < .001.