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Table 3 Logistic regression of resilience by pre-mental disorder variables

From: Resilience to trauma in the two largest cities of Brazil: a cross-sectional study

Independent variables IDRa CI (95%) p-value
Gender (male) 1.34 1.14 - 1.58 < 0.001
Ethnic group    
White Reference   
Black 0.98 0.77 - 1.25 0.88
Mixed-race 1.06 0.89 - 1.28 0.50
Asian 1.12 0.66 - 1.92 0.67
Indigenous 0.47 0.19 - 1.15 0.10
Other 2.41 0.74 - 7.89 0.15
Childhood traumatic event    
None Reference   
Trauma not physical or sexual 0.67 0.56 - 0.81 < 0.001
Physical abuse 0.53 0.37 - 0.76 0.001
Sexual abuse 0.19 0.08 - 0.46 < 0.001
No parental mental disorders 1.35 0.96 - 1.89 0.07
Positive activation (“Positive Affect”) 0.99 0.96 - 1.03 0.63
Negative activation (“Negative Affect”) 0.83 0.78 - 0.88 < 0.001
Interaction term (“Positive Affect” X “Negative Affect”) 1.002 1.000 - 1.003 0.10
  1. Note: Likelihood ratio χ 2 = 733.9, df = 30.
  2. aAdjusted by age group, marital status, educational level and religion.