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Table 3 Univariate regression for analysis of factors influencing posttraumatic growth 1)

From: Posttraumatic Growth and Related Factors of Child Protective Service Workers

   Subscales of Posttraumatic growth
  Posttraumatic growth Relating to others New possibilities Personal strength Appreciation of life Spiritual change
  B Beta B Beta B Beta B Beta B Beta B Beta
Psychological pain 0.245 3.589 0.257 3.775 0.203 2.952 0.228 3.327 0.188 2.727 0.150* 2.152
Posttraumatic stress             
Hyper-arousal 0.260 3.824 0.225 3.279 0.273 4.030 0.196 2.835 0.334 5.034 -- ---
Invasion 0.314 4.706 0.276 4.082 0.325 4.891 0.255 3.746 0.373 5.715 --- ---
Avoidance 0.290 4.312 0.256 3.757 0.278 4.108 0.255 3.742 0.342 5.167 --- ---
Support in crises 0.145* 2.072 0.148* 2.117 - - - - - - - -
Stress Coping             
Ways of pursuing social support 0.482 7.778 0.486 7.862 0.424 6.621 0.442 6.966 0.360 5.464 0.331 4.961
Problem solving-centered methods 0.271 3.957 0.245 3.558 0.266 3.886 0.288 4.226 0.232 3.349 0.110 1.558
Avoidance-centered coping methods 0.339 5.101 0.333 5.002 0.309 4.595 0.266 3.895 0.271 3.982 0.290 4.288
  1. 1) Only statistically significant variables are presented in the table. Regression was used for Psychological pain, Posttraumatic stress (Invasion, Hyper-arousal, Avoidance), Support in crises, Stress Coping (Ways of pursuing social support, Problem solving-centered methods, Avoidance-centered coping methods).
  2. *p<0.05, p<0.01, p<0.001.