TABLE 5

Psychosocial Response Regression Results at Time 1

Anxiety, β (SE)Distress, β (SE)Vulnerability, β (SE)Uncertainty, β (SE)
FP (ref: control)−0.013 (0.013)−0.405 (1.129)−0.024 (0.036)−0.033a (0.014)
First child missing (ref: no)0.023 (0.015)0.954 (1.308)0.005 (0.041)0.013 (0.017)
First child, yes (ref: no)−0.012 (0.012)0.093 (1.026)−0.035 (0.033)0.023 (0.013)
City size, 100 000+ (ref: <100 000)0.000 (0.013)0.435 (1.129)0.012 (0.036)−0.010 (0.014)
Education: college/CEGEP (ref: grad/professional)0.012 (0.014)1.213 (1.194)−0.053 (0.038)0.009 (0.015)
Education: undergrad (ref: grad/professional)−0.003 (0.014)0.611 (1.215)−0.073 (0.039)−0.017 (0.016)
Education: high school0.012 (0.017)−1.071 (1.504)−0.067 (0.047)−0.008 (0.019)
  • Each β coefficient represents the difference between the average psychosocial response score for 1 level of a predictor variable (eg, FP) compared with the average psychosocial response score for the reference level of this predictor variable (eg, screen negative); β are unstandardized.

  • a P = .02.