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Table 3 Explaining infants’ bedtime difficulties perceived by fathers

From: Parental Mental Health, Fathers’ Involvement and Bedtime Resistance in Infants

  Infants’ bedtime difficulties perceived by fathers (R2 = .35)
Variables MR RWA
  β t p Raw importance Rescaled importance
Negative Emotionality_QUIT_FA .22 1.383 .18 .04 10.2%
Minutes took to fall asleep_BISQ_FA .20 1.268 .21 .08 21.5%
Paternal Post-partum affective disorders PAPA_TOT .12 .703 .49 .04 12.5%
Maternal Post-partum affective disorders PAMA_TOT .20 1.040 .31 .03 7.9%
Constant Bedtime Routines_BISQ_FA −.35 −2.228 .03 .03 8.9%
Paternal Involvement_FA −.45 −2.975 .00 .14 39%
R 2     .35 100%
  1. Abbreviations: FA = reported by fathers; BISQ = Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire; QUIT = Italian Temperament Questionnaires; PAPA_TOT = Perinatal Assessment of Paternal Affectivity Total score; PAMA_TOT = Perinatal Assessment of Maternal Affectivity Total score
  2. Rescaled importance was computed by dividing the relative weights by the total R2 and multiplying by 100