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Table 2 Multinomial logistic regression predicting outcome (reference category = PTSD)

From: Influence of personal and environmental factors on mental health in a sample of Austrian survivors of World War II with regard to PTSD: is it resilience?

   Resilient vs. PTSDa Mild-to-moderate trauma vs. PTSDa
Age   0.95 [0.94, 1.07] 1.03 [0.96, 1.10]
Female Sex   0.58 [0.23, 1.46] 0.72 [0.26, 1.99]
Education (compared to < 10 years) 10–12 years 2.46 [1.01, 6.05] 2.59 [0.98, 6.82]
  > 12 years 1.57 [0.43, 5.72] 0.93 [0.20, 4.25]
Marital status (compared to Married 0.59 [0.22, 1.59] 0.26 [0.87, 0.80]
widowed or divorced) Single 0.84 [0.14, 5.09] 1.74 [0.30, 10.24]
Living at own home (compared to nursing home) 1.02 [0.41, 2.49] 0.91 [0.35, 2.37]
Number of lifetime traumata   0.73 [0.59, 0.91] 0.90 [0.71, 1.14]
Symptoms of depression   0.21 [0.06, 0.71] 0.29 [0.08, 1.04]
Engaged in voluntary work   4.86 [1.42, 16.70] 4.34 [1.12, 16.79]
Social support on WRTs   0.91 [0.64, 1.29] 1.00 [0.68, 1.47]
Positive contribution of occupational forces 0.82 [0.37, 1.80] 0.49 [0.21, 1.19]
  1. Odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals. Significant (p < .05) ORs are printed boldface. a Full and sub-threshold PTSD.