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Table 2 Suicide attempts and broad personality traits: a multinomial regression model

From: Broad and narrow personality traits as markers of one-time and repeated suicide attempts: A population-based study

  Likelihood of RSA vs NSA Likelihood of SA vs NSA Likelihood of RSA vs SA
  B (SE) Exp [B](95% CI) P B (SE) Exp [B](95% CI) P B (SE) Exp [B](95% CI) P
Childhood mood disorder 1.23(.62) 3.43(1.02–11.54) .047 .19(.51) 1.20(.44–3.30) .720 -1.05(.69) 2.85(.74–10.94) .128
Childhood sexual abuse .40(.10) 1.49(1.23–1.81) .0005 .15(.09) 1.16(.97–1.38) .096 .25(.11) 1.29(1.03–1.61) .025
Suicidal ideation (lifetime) 2.13(.42) 8.39(3.71–18.99) .0005 1.54(.20) 4.67(3.18–6.86) .0005 .59(.44) 1.80(.75–4.29) .187
Compulsivity .47(.25) 1.60(.97–2.62) .063 -.23(.15) .79(.59–1.06) .125 .70(.28) 2.01(1.17–3.45) .011
  1. Model fit: X 2 8 = 159.25 p = .0005;McFadden R2 = 27.8%; RSA = Repeated suicide attempters (n = 34); SA = one-time suicide attempters (n = 90); NSA = nonattempters (n = 970).