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Table 2 Associations between partner status and psychological distress, adjusting for various combinations of explanatory factorsa.

From: Inequalities in the psychological well-being of employed, single and partnered mothers: the role of psychosocial work quality and work-family conflict

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5 Model 6
Unpartnered (compared to partnered) 0.09* 0.08* 0.04 0.06 0.06 -0.01
Age   -0.04     -0.06
Number of children   -0.10*     -0.08
Child ≤ 5 years of age living in household (compared to no young child)   -0.00     -0.03
Weekly work hours   -0.03     -0.07
Education (compared to university/college graduate)       
   Some post-secondary    0.11*    0.10*
   High school or less    0.04    0.05
Perceived income adequacy    -0.19**    -0.13**
Psychosocial work quality (compared to low strain)       
   Active     0.12*   0.09
   Passive     0.07   0.01
   High strain     0.22**   0.12*
Work-family conflict       
   Time-based work-to-family      -0.02 -0.01
   Strain-based work-to-family      0.06 0.03
   Time-based family-to-work      -0.01 -0.01
   Strain-based family-to- work      0.27** 0.26**
  1. aNote: standardized regression coefficients (beta) are reported
  2. p ≤ 0.05*
  3. p ≤ 0.01**