Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Subclinical Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms: Relationships with Blood Pressure, Hostility, and Sleep

Table 4

Multiple regression predicting PTSD symptoms from age, sex, diastolic blood pressure, hostility, and sleep quality.

Model⁢Unstandardized coefficientsStandardized coefficientsSig.
B Std. errorBeta

Total sample
(Constant)6.74511.318.596.553
Age−.030.222−.012−.137.892
Sex.6131.949.028.315.754
DBP.049.174.026.284.777
Hostility.546.141.3673.865.000
Sleep quality 1.721.385.4214.474.000

Men
(Constant)−13.33715.127−.882.384
Age.508.425.1351.196.240
DBP.142.244.071.582.564
Hostility.539.197.3282.739.010
Sleep quality2.194.514.5334.267.000

Women
(Constant)27.39816.1911.692.098
Age−.208.262−.112−.794.432
DBP−.132.244−.078−.542.591
Hostility.465.200.3232.329.025
Sleep quality1.151.574.2852.006.052

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