Table 4—

Multiple regression models predicting depression and anxiety for Latinos and EAs

Depression
Anxiety
Latinos
EAs
Latinos
EAs
βPβPβPβP
Age−0.0240.8020.0110.876−0.0990.3500.0240.766
Sex0.0280.799−0.0740.291−0.1690.166−0.1060.186
Education−0.2510.010−0.1370.052−0.0800.437−0.1280.110
Time since diagnosis0.0760.412−0.0300.706−0.0180.8580.0430.640
BMI0.0460.7010.1100.131−0.1340.3090.0710.0389
Number of comorbidities0.0170.857−0.1050.1530.1040.315−0.0060.938
HbA1c−0.0910.3690.0680.374−0.1560.159−0.1270.141
Functional impact−0.4420.000−0.3940.000−0.3470.003−0.4040.000
Financial stress*0.3690.0010.3060.0000.4270.0010.2050.022
Conflict resolution*−0.0810.4240.1920.014−0.1070.3300.2460.006
Family closeness−0.1230.201−0.1160.130−0.0610.5610.0480.579
R = 0.73R2 = 0.54R = 0.74R2 = 0.55R = 0.68R2 = 0.46R = 0.66R = 0.43
F = 6.74P < 0.000F = 11.41P < 0.000F = 4.79P < 0.000F = 6.81P = 0.000
  • *

    * Statistically significant difference between Latinos and EAs on unstandardized coefficients for anxiety;

  • statistically significant difference between Latinos and EAs on unstandardized coefficients for depression.