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The Poisson regression analysis was used to assess the relationship between the degree of coronary atherosclerosis (CASSS) and selected variables: level of vitamin D (25(OH)D), age, sex, BMI, smoking habits, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease (CAD) status, previous myocardial infarction (MI), and examination data.
Insignificant changes in the coronary arteries (CASSS 0) were found in 66 patients (19.6%).
Association of Vitamin D Level and Other Factors with CASSS. Detailed characteristics of patients in four subgroups according to CASSS are shown in Table 1.
First, the authors assessed the linear relationship between the SCPRC-SV and the People in My School subscale within the Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale (CASSS; Malecki et al., 2000).
The positive correlations (and effect sizes) found between the SCPRC-SV and (a) the CASSS People in My School subscale and (b) the CSQ supported the third and final hypothesis.
Support for the reliability and validity of the CASSS has been reported in other studies.
The latter finding is likely a methodological flaw, as the school subscale on the CASSS is vague and likely encompasses teachers and classmates.
All of the students who had provided a completed assent form and a signed parental informed consent form were then given the CASSS and the ARSMA-II as a whole group during their regularly scheduled math classes.
The results of the CASSS show the average parental support recorded by the participants was a score of 4 (most of the time), the average teacher support reported was 4 (most of the time), the average classmate support demonstrated by the participants stood at 4 (most of the time), the average support of close friends was reported as 5 (almost always), and the average support of generalized people within the school was reflected in the protocol as 3 (some of the time).