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Table 3 Factors associated with Infant Cognitive Development

From: Does breastfeeding account for the association between maternal sensitivity and infant cognitive development in a large, nationally representative cohort?

Standardized Beta Coefficient β β β β β β β β β β β
Infant sex-male −.033** −.035** −.036** −.037** −.037** −.037** −.037** −.036** −.031** −.032** −.033
Birth Weight   −.114*** −.112*** −.112*** −.111*** −.111*** −.111*** −.111*** −.107** −.108** −.108
Poverty/Income    .027* .045** .043** .038** .038** .026 .007 .000 −.007
Age     −.039** −.039** −.039** −.039** −.046** −.052*** −.057*** −.056
Race Reference = White
Black      −.008 −.013 −.014 −.014 −.006 −.011 −.010
Hispanic       −.015 −.016 −.011 .011 .000 −.000
Asian        −011 −.013 −.004 −.008 −.009
Other         −.003 −.002 −.006 −.007
Years of Education         .029 −.002 −.003 −.012
Sensitivity
          .180*** .175*** .175***
Depressive Symptoms Reference = No symptoms
 Depressive Symptoms           −.034** −.035**
Breastfeeding Reference = Less than 1 month        
 Breastfeeding more than 1 month            .079**
Model Summary (R2) .001*** .014*** .014*** .015*** .015*** .015*** .015*** .016*** .044*** .045*** .053***
  1. *p < .05; ** p < .01; ***p < .001; ~p < .10
  2. Regression models are weighted with both sample (W1CO) and replicate weights (W1C1-W1C90)