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Table 2.

Ordinal Logistic Regression Model of BOT–2 Short Form Predicting VABS–II DLS Item Scores

VABS–II Daily Living Skill ItemsValueSEtpThematic Coding
Personal items 
 26. Buttons large buttons in front, in correct buttonholes .14 .05 2.48 .013 
 28. Buttons small buttons in front, in correct buttonholes .11 .04 2.57 .010 
 32. Bathes or showers and dries self .09 .03 2.81 .005a 
 34. Washes and dries hair (with towel or hair dryer) .09 .03 2.53 .011 
 35. Cares for minor cuts (for example, cleans wounds, puts on bandages, etc.) .08 .03 2.52 .012 
 37. Uses thermometer to take own or another’s temperature .08 .03 2.86 .004a 
Domestic items 
 5. Puts away personal possessions (for example, toys, books, magazines, etc.) .06 .03 2.11 .035 
 7. Clears breakable items from own place at table .12 .04 2.90 .004a 
 9. Uses simple appliances (for example, a toaster, can opener, bottle opener, etc.) .06 .03 2.14 .032 
 10. Uses microwave oven for heating, baking, or cooking (that is, sets time and power setting, etc.) .07 .03 1.96 .049 
 13. Washes dishes by hand, or loads, and uses dishwasher .09 .03 3.06 .002a 
 14. Sweeps, mops, or vacuums floors thoroughly .09 .03 2.92 .003a 
 15. Clears table completely (for example, scrapes and stacks dishes, throws away disposable items, etc.) .08 .03 2.84 .004a 
 16. Uses household products correctly (for example, laundry detergent, furniture polish, glass cleaner, etc.) .09 .03 3.09 .002a 
 17. Prepares basic foods that do not need mixing but require cooking (for example, rice, soup, vegetables, etc.) .06 .03 2.10 .036 
 18. Cleans one or more rooms other than own bedroom .08 .03 2.68 .007a 
Community items 
 12. Identifies penny, nickel, dime, and quarter by name when asked; does not need to know the value of coins .09 .04 2.08 .038 
 13. Looks both ways when crossing streets or roads .07 .03 2.00 .045 
 14. Says current day or the week when asked .08 .04 2.22 .026 
 15. Demonstrates understanding of right to personal privacy for self and others (for example, while using restroom or changing clothes, etc.) .08 .03 2.31 .021 CM 
 18. States value of penny (1 cent), nickel (5 cents), dime (10 cents), and quarter (25 cents) .08 .04 2.08 .038 
 21. Points to current or other date on calendar when asked .10 .04 2.69 .007a 
 28. Obeys curfew parent or caregiver sets .07 .03 2.45 .014 
 29. Watches or listens to programs for information (for example, weather report, news, educational, program, etc.) .07 .03 2.19 .028 
VABS–II Daily Living Skill ItemsValueSEtpThematic Coding
Personal items 
 26. Buttons large buttons in front, in correct buttonholes .14 .05 2.48 .013 
 28. Buttons small buttons in front, in correct buttonholes .11 .04 2.57 .010 
 32. Bathes or showers and dries self .09 .03 2.81 .005a 
 34. Washes and dries hair (with towel or hair dryer) .09 .03 2.53 .011 
 35. Cares for minor cuts (for example, cleans wounds, puts on bandages, etc.) .08 .03 2.52 .012 
 37. Uses thermometer to take own or another’s temperature .08 .03 2.86 .004a 
Domestic items 
 5. Puts away personal possessions (for example, toys, books, magazines, etc.) .06 .03 2.11 .035 
 7. Clears breakable items from own place at table .12 .04 2.90 .004a 
 9. Uses simple appliances (for example, a toaster, can opener, bottle opener, etc.) .06 .03 2.14 .032 
 10. Uses microwave oven for heating, baking, or cooking (that is, sets time and power setting, etc.) .07 .03 1.96 .049 
 13. Washes dishes by hand, or loads, and uses dishwasher .09 .03 3.06 .002a 
 14. Sweeps, mops, or vacuums floors thoroughly .09 .03 2.92 .003a 
 15. Clears table completely (for example, scrapes and stacks dishes, throws away disposable items, etc.) .08 .03 2.84 .004a 
 16. Uses household products correctly (for example, laundry detergent, furniture polish, glass cleaner, etc.) .09 .03 3.09 .002a 
 17. Prepares basic foods that do not need mixing but require cooking (for example, rice, soup, vegetables, etc.) .06 .03 2.10 .036 
 18. Cleans one or more rooms other than own bedroom .08 .03 2.68 .007a 
Community items 
 12. Identifies penny, nickel, dime, and quarter by name when asked; does not need to know the value of coins .09 .04 2.08 .038 
 13. Looks both ways when crossing streets or roads .07 .03 2.00 .045 
 14. Says current day or the week when asked .08 .04 2.22 .026 
 15. Demonstrates understanding of right to personal privacy for self and others (for example, while using restroom or changing clothes, etc.) .08 .03 2.31 .021 CM 
 18. States value of penny (1 cent), nickel (5 cents), dime (10 cents), and quarter (25 cents) .08 .04 2.08 .038 
 21. Points to current or other date on calendar when asked .10 .04 2.69 .007a 
 28. Obeys curfew parent or caregiver sets .07 .03 2.45 .014 
 29. Watches or listens to programs for information (for example, weather report, news, educational, program, etc.) .07 .03 2.19 .028 

Note. B = bathing and showering; BOT–2 = Bruininks–Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency–Second Edition; C = cleaning and organization; CM = communication management; D = dressing; DLS = daily living skills; E = education; H = health management and maintenance; M = meal preparation and clean-up; S = safety; VABS–II = Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Second Edition.

a

Meets significance threshold for false discovery rate multiple comparison correction.

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