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Table 2 Association of child functioning and the anticipatory and adjustment effects of placement change on care home staff perceptions of relational goodness-of-fit with the child

From: Child mental health in Jordanian orphanages: effect of placement change on behavior and caregiving

  Staff reported poor Goodness-of-Fit with child
  Model 1: Adjustment clock Model 2: Anticipation clock
Predictors B (SE) B (SE)
Intercept .79 (.55) .99 (.44)*
Female .10 (.16) .11 (.15)
Age .05 (.03)* -.03 (.02)
Prior move -.11 (.16) -.02 (.15)
Reason for entry (Referant: abandoned/orphaned):   
Family disintegration -.17 (.19) -.05 (.16)
Maltreatment -.22 (.33) .14 (.30)
Adjustment Clock (time since move in months) -.01 (.003)* --
Internalizing .02 (.01)* --
Anticipation Clock (time to next move in months) -- -.01 (.002)*
Externalizing -- .03 (.01)***
n 117 118
F(df) 2.04* (7, 109) 3.45** (7, 110)
R2 .12 .18
  1. *p ≤ 0.05, **p ≤ 0.01, ***p ≤ 0.001.
  2. Model 1 utilizes the Adjustment clock and internalizing domain scores on the CBCL to predict staff reports of goodness-of-fit with the child. Model 2 utilizes the Anticipation clock and externalizing domain scores to predict staff reports of goodness-of-fit with the child.