child age, gender, ethnicity, poverty status, controller medication use), and whether these participant characteristics were significantly related to the HOME Inventory total score or subscale scores, or the FAMSS total score.
There were no statistically significant differences by recruitment site for participant age, gender, poverty status, or key study outcome variables (HOME Inventory total score and FAMSS total score).
001) were both significantly related to the FAMSS total score.
FAMSS total score) among our sample of urban families.
Previous research suggests that the FAMSS total score is related to SES, but not related to racial/ethnic minority status (McQuaid et al.
Previous research has shown a strong link between the FAMSS and asthma morbidity in children (McQuaid et al.
We next examined whether ADHD symptoms were associated with family asthma management, as measured through the global index of the FAMSS interview.
We employed a series of regression models to test for mediation (Baron & Kenny, 1986), using the global variables of parent report of ADHD symptoms (CPRS-R:S ADHD symptoms index), the family response to symptoms score from the FAMSS interview, and the functional morbidity index.