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Table 3 Final multivariate linear regression models examining maternal neighborhood characteristics during pregnancy and offspring ovarian reserve in adulthood, adjusted for covariates.* Results show variables remaining in the models after backward elimination of main effects with P > .10

From: Is in utero exposure to maternal socioeconomic disadvantage related to offspring ovarian reserve in adulthood?

   DV: AMH  
Beta P b 95% CI for b
1. Predictors:
 Age −.318 .000 −.040 (− 0.052, − 0.028)
 BMI −.170 .001 −.472 (−0.748, − 0.196)
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Education (% of individuals with a HS diploma) .142 .006 .588 (0.168, 1.008)
2. Predictors:
 Age −.382 .000 −.048 (−0.061, −0.035)
 BMI −.157 .003 −.435 (−0.719, − 0.152)
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Poverty (% of families below the poverty line) −.144 .007 −1.033 (−1.778, −0.288)
3. Predictors:
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Unemployment (% of unemployed individuals) n.s.
4. Predictors:
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Income (median family income) n.s.
   DV: AFC  
Beta P b 95% CI for b
1. Predictors:
 Age −.398 .000 −.086 (−0.107, −0.064)
 Hormonal contraceptives −.119 .017 −.338 (−0.616, − 0.061)
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Education (% of individuals with a HS diploma) .092 .064 .649 (−0.038, 1.337)
2. Predictors:
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Poverty (% of families below the poverty line) n.s.
3. Predictors:
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Unemployment (% of unemployed individuals) n.s.
4. Predictors:
 Maternal Neighborhood:
 Income (median family income) n.s.
  1. *Covariates examined simultaneously included age (in years); maternal age (in years); race/ethnicity (using white as the reference group vs. African-American, Latina, Chinese, or Filipina); educational attainment (using HS degree or less as the reference group vs. some college, college degree, or graduate degree); smoking (0 = never smoked, 1 = current/past smoking); BMI (kg/m2, log transformed); menarcheal age (in years); hormonal contraceptives (0 = no history of use, 1 = positive history of use; and parity (0 = no live births, 1 = 1+ live births)