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Table 5 Multivariable Logistic Regression Showing Odds of Parent Recommendation to Wait to Have Sex at 18 Months Post-Baseline as a Function of PSUNC Cognitive Precursors at Baseline [95% Confidence Interval] (p-value)

From: Impact of a parent-child sexual communication campaign: results from a controlled efficacy trial of parents

  Outcome Variable: Parent Recommendation to Wait to Have Sex, 18 Months Post-Baseline
Baseline Independent Variables (Cognitive Precursors) Mothers Fathers
Wait Until Older Norm Index 1.21
[1.04, 1.41] (0.016)
1.15
[1.01, 1.31] (0.033)
Self-Efficacy Scale 0.99
[0.88, 1.11] (0.804)
0.92
[0.82, 1.03] (0.134)
Short-term Expectation Scale 1.04
[0.97, 1.11] (0.323)
1.13
[1.04, 1.22] (0.002)
Long-term Expectation Index 1.16
[1.03, 1.30] (0.017)
1.41
[1.23, 1.61] (0.001)
  1. Notes: Model controls for the following variables measured at baseline: parent recommendation to wait to have sex (at baseline); child gender; parent marital status; highest educational attainment; race/ethnicity; parent age; employment status; family structure; whether child has computer, cable television, or Internet in his or her bedroom; treatment condition; metropolitan statistical area urban status; and parental involvement. Bold odds ratios are statistically significant at p < 0.05.