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Table 6 Multivariable Least Squares Regressions Showing Coefficients for Association between Changes in Parent-Child Communication Cognitions and Exposure to PSUNC [95% Confidence Interval] (p-value)

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

  Mothers Fathers
Outcomes 4-Week Follow-up 6-Month Follow-up 12-Month Follow-up 18-Month Follow-up 4-Week Follow-up 6-Month Follow-up 12-Month Follow-up 18-Month Follow-up
Wait Until Older Norm Index         
Normal Treatment 0.030
[0.02, 0.04] (0.001)
0.037
[0.02, 0.06] (0.001)
0.028
[0.01, 0.05] (0.021)
0.009
[-0.02, 0.04] (0.487)
0.018
[-0.03, 0.04] (0.088)
0.007
[-0.02, 0.03] (0.592)
-0.006
[-0.04, 0.02] (0.685)
0.003
[-0.03, 0.04] (0.846)
Booster Treatment -- 0.027
[0.01, 0.05] (0.006)
0.004
[-0.02, 0.03] (0.717)
0.021
[-0.01, 0.05] (0.122)
-- -- -- --
Self Efficacy Scale         
Normal Treatment 0.002
[-0.01, 0.02] (0.811)
0.020
[0.01, 0.04] (0.038)
0.013
[-0.01, 0.04] (0.322)
-0.003
[-0.03, 0.03] (0.817)
0.015
[-.01, 0.04] (0.121)
0.010
[-0.01, 0.03] (0.443)
-0.002
[-0.03, 0.03] (0.895)
-0.006
[-0.04, 0.02] (0.687)
Booster Treatment -- 0.004
[-0.02, 0.02] (0.686)
-0.001
[-0.03, 0.03] (0.937)
0.005
[-0.02, 0.03] (0.736)
-- -- -- --
Short-term Expectation Scale         
Normal Treatment 0.006
[-0.01, 0.02] (0.394)
-0.017
[-0.04, 0.01] (0.084)
0.008
[-0.01, 0.03] (0.441)
-0.013
[-0.04, 0.01 (0.300)
0.006
[-0.01, 0.02] (0.456)
-0.006
[-0.02, 0.01] (0.478)
-0.024
[-0.05, 0.00] (0.060)
-0.033
[-0.06, -0.01] (0.008)
Booster Treatment -- -0.021
[-0.04, 0.00] (0.037)
-0.009
[-0.03, 0.01] (0.396)
-0.016
[-0.04, 0.01] (0.196)
-- -- -- --
Long-term Expectation Index         
Normal Treatment 0.034
[0.01, 0.06] (0.004)
0.033
[0.01, 0.06] (0.046)
0.036
[0.01, 0.07] (0.043)
0.004
[-0.04, 0.04]
(0.848)
-0.002
[-0.03, 0.02] (0.861)
-0.012
[-0.04, 0.02] (0.440)
0.023
[-0.01, 0.06] (0.204)
-0.020
[-0.06, 0.02] (0.310)
Booster Treatment -- 0.032
[0.01, 0.06] (0.044)
0.042
[0.01, 0.08] (0.024)
0.006
[-0.04, 0.05] (0.815)
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  1. Notes: All models control for 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; metropolitan statistical area urban status; parental involvement, and an indicator variable for prior exposure to PSUNC. Normal treatment = Exposed to core PSUNC messages; Booster treatment = Exposed to core plus additional PSUNC messages. Bold coefficients are statistically significant at p < 0.05.