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Table 2 Hierarchical regression models predicting generalised anxiety (Model 1), depression (Model 2), and social anxiety (Model 3) from age, autistic traits, and camouflaging in the total sample (N = 305)

From: Is social camouflaging associated with anxiety and depression in autistic adults?

  Variable B β p DF F p R2Adj Delta R2
Model 1
(generalised anxiety)
 Step 1      2, 302 31.99  < .001 0.17  
Age − 0.07 − 0.15 .013      
BAPQ 3.71 0.40 .006      
 Step 2      3, 301 28.16  < .001 0.21 0.04
Age − 0.05 − 0.11 .042      
BAPQ 3.24 0.35  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.08 0.22  < .001      
 Step 3      4, 300 21.08  < .001 0.21 0.00
Age − 0.05 − 0.11 0.04      
BAPQ 3.22 0.35  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.11 0.33 0.42      
CAT-Q2 − 0.01 − 0.11 0.79      
Model 2
(Depression)
 Step 1      2, 302 27.41  < .001 0.15  
Age − 0.09 − 0.18  < .001      
BAPQ 3.68 0.36  < .001      
 Step 2      3, 301 20.18  < .001 0.16 0.01
Age − 0.08 − 0.16 .004      
BAPQ 3.39 0.33  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.05 0.12 .026      
 Step 3      4, 300 15.09  < .001 0.16 0.00
Age − 0.08 − 0.16 .004      
BAPQ 3.39 0.33  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.06 0.17 0.70      
CAT-Q2 − 0.01 − 0.04 0.92      
Model 3
(Social Anxiety)
 Step 1      2, 302 89.67  < .001 0.37  
Age − 0.29 − 0.14 .004      
BAPQ 26.90 0.60  < .001      
 Step 2      3, 301 70.36  < .001 0.41 0.04
Age − 0.21 − 0.10 .034      
BAPQ 24.76 0.55  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.34 0.21  < .001      
 Step 3      4, 300 52.65  < .001 0.41 0.00
Age − 0.21 − 0.10 .036      
BAPQ 24.67 0.55  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.55 0.33 .358      
CAT-Q2 − 0.01 − 0.12 .829      
  1. The quadratic term of camouflaging is added at Step 3
  2. BAPQ Broad Autism Phenotype Questionnaire, CAT-Q Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire, β standardised beta