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Research Article

Urinary Incontinence: Its Assessment and Relationship to Depression among Community-Dwelling Multiethnic Older Women

Table 4

MANCOVA to verify aim (3).

EffectValue Hypothesis dfError dfSig.Partial eta squaredObserved power

InterceptWilks' lambda0.8775.8833.000126.000.0010.1230.949
Hotelling's trace0.1405.8833.000126.000.0010.1230.949
Roy's largest root0.1405.8833.000126.000.0010.1230.949

Age Pillai's trace0.0411.7833.000126.000.1540.0410.455
Wilks' lambda0.9591.7833.000126.000.1540.0410.455
Hotelling's trace0.0421.7833.000126.000.1540.0410.455
Roy's largest root0.0421.7833.000126.000.1540.0410.455

UI Pillai's trace0.0100.4393.000126.000.7250.0100.136
Wilks' lambda0.9900.4393.000126.000.7250.0100.136
Hotelling's trace0.0100.4393.000126.000.7250.0100.136
Roy's largest root0.0100.4393.000126.000.7250.0100.136

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