the p-value is a probability, and as such must lie between 0 and 1. so it can't be negative, and even if it were, its absolute value couldn't be greater than 1.Then, and this is the difficult bit, the p-value being -1.39 says that this is not a significant statistic. But that goes against earlier tables that agree with these results.
Can yo help me? Am I totally off the mark?
the p-value associated with the gender variable looks to me to be .166, so it still looks as if the gender variable is not particularly significant in this model.