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Table 3 Summary of Linear Regression Analyses for BRIEF-P Predicting number of ADHD symptoms (N = 1134)

From: Parent ratings of executive function in young preschool children with symptoms of attention-deficit/-hyperactivity disorder

  Univariate analyses Multiple analyses
  B SE B β p Δ R 2 B SE B β  
Gender -.56 0.23 -.07 .014 .005     
Maternal education -.25 0.05 -.15 .000 .022     
IQ -.04 0.01 -.10 .001 .010     
BRIEF-P subscales          
Inhibit .40 0.02 .62 <.001 .365 .31 0.03 -.47 <.001
Shift .32 0.04 .25 <.001 .059 -.08 0.04 -.06 .032
Emotional Control .35 0.03 .35 <.001 .120 -.02 0.03 -.02 .522
Working Memory .39 0.02 .55 <.001 .296 .14 0.03 .20 <.001
Plan/Organize .54 0.03 .48 <.001 .226 .05 0.04 .05 .222
  1. Note. In the multiple analyses, gender, maternal education and IQ were entered together in step 1. Each of the five BRIEF-P subscales were entered in step 2 in five separate hierarchical analyses. Dependent variable: Number of ADHD symptoms.