BioMed Research International / 2013 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Modeling the Prospective Relationships of Impairment, Injury Severity, and Participation to Quality of Life Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Table 2

Direct effects of corrected path model.

EffectUnstandardized estimateStandardized estimateSECritical ratio

MOT → MOB***1.8900.2960.4154.554
COG → MOB***1.9020.2000.4773.983
MOT → OCC***1.9010.1610.3475.483
COG → OCC***2.8050.1590.5884.768
AIS → OCC***−3.648−0.0980.553−6.598
MOB → OCC***0.9070.4890.1118.209
MOT → LSI0.2740.1610.1481.852
MOB → LSI*0.0350.1290.0152.281
OCC → LSI***0.0390.2700.0103.904
MOB → Health***−0.012−0.2340.003−3.583
OCC → Health***−0.009−0.3060.002−5.211

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MOT: motor functional independence at 12-month post-discharge; COG: cognitive functional independence at 12-month post-discharge; AIS: Abbreviated Injury Scale head severity ratings obtained in chart review; MOB: mobility at 48-month post-discharge; OCC: occupational activities at 48-month post-discharge; LSI: life satisfaction inventory at 60-month post-discharge; Health: self-rated health status at 60-month post-discharge.