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Table 3 Suicide attempts and narrow 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 1.01(.62) 2.75(.815–9.28) .103 .19(.52) 1.20(.43–3.36) .723 .83(.69) 2.29(.59–8.91) .234
Childhood sexual abuse .37(.10) 1.45(1.20–1.77) .0005 .11(.09) 1.12(.93–1.33) .230 .27(.12) 1.30(1.04–1.64) .023
Suicidal ideation (lifetime) 1.89(.43) 6.61(2.86–15.27) .0005 1.81(.23) 6.10(3.90–9.54) .0005 .08(.46) 1.08(.44–2.68) .863
Anxiousness -.01(.03) .99(.93–1.05) .738 -.09(.02) .92(.88–.95) .0005 .08(.03) 1.08(1.01–1.15) .024
Affective instability .05(.03) 1.05(.99–1.12) .117 .07(.02) 1.08(1.04–1.12) .0005 -.02(.03) .98(.91–1.05) .501
  1. Model fit: X 2 10 = 178.48 p = .0005; McFadden R2 = 31.2%; RSA = Repeated suicide attempters (n = 34); SA = one-time suicide attempters (n = 90); NSA = nonattempters (n = 970).