TABLE 3

General Linear Models Predicting Attention Problems in Middle Childhood

ParameterTest StatisticPβSE
Model 1
    Attention problems (wave 4)F4,1012 = 116.90.000
    Total screen media exposuret1012 = 2.72.007.0830.031
    Attention problems (wave 1)t1012 = 18.89.000.5200.028
    Gradet1012 = −2.85.004−.0730.026
    Gendert1012 = 3.07.002.0830.027
Model 2
    Attention problems (wave 4)F4,1014 = 116.33.000
    Television exposuret1014 = 1.95.051.0590.030
    Attention problems (wave 1)t1014 = 19.04.000.5250.028
    Gradet1014 = −2.87.004−.0740.026
    Gendert1014 = 3.65.000.0960.026
Model 3
    Attention problems (wave 4)F4,1013 = 117.78.000
    Video game exposuret1013 = 3.07.002.0990.032
    Attention problems (wave 1)t1013 = 19.32.000.5240.027
    Gradet1013 = −2.75.006−.0710.026
    Gendert1013 = 2.22.027.0630.028
Model 4
    Attention problems (wave 4)F5,1011 = 94.11.000
    Television exposuret1011 = 0.54.588.0190.035
    Video game exposuret1011 = 2.43.015.0900.037
    Attention problems (wave 1)t1011 = 18.92.000.5220.028
    Gradet1011 = −2.77.006−.0710.026
    Gendert1011 = 2.29.022.0670.029