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Table 3 Hierarchical regression models predicting generalised anxiety (Model 1a), depression (Model 2a), and social anxiety (Model 3a) from age, gender, autistic traits, and camouflaging in the total male and female sample (N = 286)

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

  Variable B β p DF F p R2Adj Delta R2
Model 1a
 Step 1      4, 282 21.31  < .001 0.22  
Age − 0.05 − 0.11 .046      
Gender − 0.46 − 0.04 0.516      
BAPQ 3.40 0.37  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.07 0.22  < .001      
 Step 2      5, 281 17.88  < .001 0.22 0.00
Age − 0.05 − 0.11 .040      
Gender 7.02 0.55 .087      
BAPQ 3.33 0.37  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.18 0.53 .003      
CAT-Q * Gender − 0.07 − 0.15 .065      
Model 2a
 Step 1      4, 282 14.06  < .001 0.15  
Age − 0.07 − 0.15 .011      
Gender − 0.58 − 0.04 0.472      
BAPQ 3.44 0.34  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.05 0.12 .038      
 Step 2      5, 281 11.55  < .001 0.16 0.01
Age − 0.07 − 0.15 .009      
Gender 4.98 0.35 .293      
BAPQ 3.39 0.34  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.13 0.33 .077      
CAT-Q * Gender − 0.05 − 0.10 .234      
Model 3a
 Step 1      4, 282 54.16  < .001 0.43  
Age − 0.20 − 0.09 .054      
Gender 4.56 0.07 .123      
BAPQ 25.27 0.57  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.32 0.19  < .001      
 Step 2      5, 281 43.20  < .001 0.43 0.00
Age − 0.20 − 0.09 .055      
Gender 0.15 0.01 .993      
BAPQ 25.31 0.57  < .001      
CAT-Q 0.25 0.15 .333      
CAT-Q * Gender 0.04 0.02 .796      
  1. BAPQ Broad Autism Phenotype Questionnaire, CAT-Q Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire, β standardised beta