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Table 2 Measures examined for association with Family Study response – not included in final response propensity model

From: Assessing and adjusting for non-response in the Millennium Cohort Family Study

Service Member Characteristica
Health behaviours
Daily number of caffeinated beverages
Physical health indices
VR-36 physical component scoreb
Insomnia severity
Mental health indices
Major depression disorderb
PTSD symptoms using the specific criteriab
Posttraumatic growth
Substance use
Potential alcohol dependenceb
Smoking statusb
Days hospitalized because of illness or injury
Stress and relationship issues
Difficulties with spouse or partnerb
Little or no sexual desire/pleasure during sex
Stress at work, outside the home, or at school
Physically hurt or unwanted sexual act
  1. aSignificant at the p < 0.0001 level
  2. bIndicates measures that were held out of stepwise selection process for purposes of model validation (see text for further description)
  3. Note: We examined several additional variables, but they did not remain significant in the non-response propensity model and were somewhat duplicative of variables presented here, thus were not included in the table. These variables included: Panel 4 questionnaire mode; number of daily sedentary hours; anxiety; PTSD; alcohol-related problems; current tobacco use (not cigarettes); use of psychiatric medication; history of complementary and alternative medicine treatment; stress of taking care of family; number of lifetime stressful events