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Table 6 Proportions of variance in mathematical performance of Year 1 students that could be explained by fine motor precision and fine motor integration subtests, beyond that accounted for by age following removal of outlier

From: Associations between motor proficiency and academic performance in mathematics and reading in year 1 school children: a cross-sectional study

 RR2F, (df), pAdj R2ΔR2ΔF, (df), pB, [95% CI], SE Bβt, p
Mathematics
Step 1.352.1247.37, (1, 52), .009.107.1247.37, (1, 52), .009176.19, [115.24, 237.14], 30.37 5.80, <.001
Age      -12.15, [-21.13, -3.17], 4.48-.352-2.71, .009
Step 2.555.30811.35, (2, 51), <.001.281.18413.56, (1, 51), .001141.13, [83.17, 199.10], 28.87 4.89, <.001
Age      -10.12, [-18.26, -1.98], 4.06-.293-2.50, .016
Fine motor precision      1.56, [0.71, 2.41], 0.42.4333.68, .001
Step 3.626.39210.73, (3, 50), <.001.355.0846.87, (1, 50), .012123.13, [66.51, 179.76], 28.19 4.37, <.001
Age      -8.42, [-16.24, -0.59], 3.90-.244-2.16, .036
Fine motor precision      0.57, [-0.54, 1.67], 0.55.1571.03, .310
Fine motor integration      1.26, [0.30, 2.23], 0.48.4072.62, .012
  1. Unstandardised (B) and standardised (β) regression coefficients; significant p-values (p < .05) in bold