Variable | Parameter Estimate | Adjusted OR^{†} | (95% CI) |
---|---|---|---|

Social Capital Index (0 to 5) | 0.2529 | 1.29^{‡}
| (1.04, 1.59) |

Mother figure has high school diploma/GED | 0.2311 | 1.26 | (.74, 2.15) |

Family income category | 0.1154 | 1.12^{‡}
| (1.01, 1.25) |

Maternal depression (CES-D ≥ 16) | −0.5487 | 0.58 | (.33, 1.03) |

Foster care placement | −1.8363 | 0.16 | (.03, .74) |

Indicator for Baltimore^{§}
| 0.1345 | 1.14 | (.62, 2.10) |

Indicator for San Diego^{§}
| −0.8618 | 0.42 | (.18, .97) |

Indicator for Seattle^{§}
| −0.5899 | 0.55 | (.28, 1.11) |

* χ

^{2}test comparing fitted model (intercept plus covariates) to the null model (intercept alone): χ^{2}= 35.3, (8*df*),*P*< 0.0001.↵† Logistic regression produces the OR for each variable adjusted for all other variables in the model.

↵‡ OR for ordinal variable indicates change in the odds of doing well for each unit change in predictor variable. Social capital units extend from 0 to 5 reflecting the number of indicators present. Family income units increase in $5000 increments from <$5000 to >$50 000 per year.

↵§ Indicator variable for site has a value of 1 for children belonging to the specific site, and a value of 0 for other children.