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Table 3 Results of the linear regression analyses for misperception of TST, SL and SE, and variables of interest

From: Misperception of sleep in bipolar disorder: an exploratory study using questionnaire versus actigraphy

  Misperception of TST Misperception of SL Misperception of SE
B (SE) β P-value B (SE) β P-value B (SE) β P-value
Age .004 (.002) .144 .052 .021 (.010) .152 .043
Sex
OSA risk .217 (.077) .203 .005
MADRS .017 (.009) .133 .070 .100 (.046) .159 .032
Alcohol intake   −291 (.117) −.183 .014
Diagnosis
Total model performance R2 = .108,
F Change = 3.799,
Sig.F Change = .001
R2 = .086,
F Change = 2.949,
Sig.F Change = .009
R2 = .024,
F Change = .749,
Sig.F Change = .611
  1. All independent variables entered, only significant and trend-significant values given in table
  2. MADRS Montgomery and Asberg Depression Rating Scale, OSA risk any positive score related to obstructive sleep apnea on The Berlin Questionnaire