The results of the regression analysis are presented in Table 4-11 and the model's
coefficients are found in Table 4-12.
Table 4-11. Individual Well Being Stepwise Regression Model Summary
Step Variable R R2 Radj R2chg F chg P dfl df
1 DISAF .381 .145 .139 .145 22.075 < .001 1 130
Table 4-12. Individual Well Being Model Coefficients
Model B P t Significance
1 Constant 88.389 21.023 < .001
DISAF -.648 -.381 -4.698 < .001
Question 5: Do task differentiation (of family household tasks and child-related
tasks), role dissatisfaction, violated expectations, marital disaffection, individual well-
being, age, infant age, and income level predict the couple conflict type discrepancy
score?
A final stepwise regression analysis was conducted, designating the couple conflict
type discrepancy score as the dependent variable and the set of couple-level variables
(household task differentiation, child-related task differentiation, role dissatisfaction,
couples' averaged violated expectations, marital disaffection, individual well-being, age,
infant age, and income level) as the independent or predictor variable. The first and only
step in the stepwise regression analysis identified role dissatisfaction as a significant
predictor variable (P = .220, t = 2.573, p = .011). The role dissatisfaction variable had an
R2 of .048, and the model was significant (F(1, 130) = 6.621,p = .011). Role
dissatisfaction explained only 4.8% of the variance in the couple conflict type
discrepancy score. The results of the regression analysis are presented in Table 4-13 and
the model's coefficients are found in Table 4-14.