Table 3 

Univariate regression analyses using gee, correcting for siblings. 

Selfreport problems 

Variables father T1/T2 
Estimate^{a }(95% CI) 
pvalues 


GS1^{b }T1 
1.85 (2.2, 5.92) 
.37 
Years education before arrival 
.097 (0.27, 0.46) 
.60 
Additive stress T1 
.075 (2.43, 2.58) 
.95 
PTSD T1 

 not present (n = 50) 
1 

 total or partial (n = 4) 
7.23 (2.43, 12.04) 
.003 
Hiimpact events T2 

 no events (n = 43) 
1 

 events (n = 6) 
2.71 (6.40, 0.98) 
.15 
Close confidant T1 

 yes (n = 25) 
1 

 no (n = 28) 
2.29 (0.15, 4.73) 
.066 
Employment T2 

 no (n = 38) 
1 

 yes (n = 16) 
0.76 (2.17, 3.68) 
.61 
Vietnamese network T2 

≤10 friends (n = 25) 
1 

>10 friends (n = 24) 
0.32 (2.26, 2.90) 
.81 
Norwegian network T2 

≤10 friends (n = 47) 
1 

>10 friends (n = 2) 
6.19 (8.63, 3.76) 
<.001 


Relationships between mean selfreported total problem scores in 59 children aged 10  18 at T3 and paternal variables at T1/T2. ^{a }For continuous variables regression coefficients, for categorical variables differences ^{b }GSI = Global Severity Index of the Symptom Check List90R 

Vaage et al. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 2011 5:2 doi:10.1186/1753200052 