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Table 3 Results from binary logistic regression analyses of parental separation in childhood and adolescent depression at baseline. Models adjusted for sex. n = 382

From: Parental separation in childhood as a risk factor for depression in adulthood: a community-based study of adolescents screened for depression and followed up after 15 years

   coef. s.e.   p OR 95% CI Pseudo R2
Model 1 Parental separation 0.64 0.23   0.004** 1.90 1.22–2.96 0.02
Model 2 Parental separation 0.36 0.24   0.128 1.44 0.90–2.30 0.05
  Major conflicts between parents 1.24 0.32 < 0.001*** 3.45 1.85–6.44  
Model 3 Parental separation 0.50 0.24   0.034* 1.65 1.04–2.61 0.08
  Major conflicts with parents 1.86 0.39 < 0.001*** 6.41 2.96–13.88  
Model 4 Parental separation 0.54 0.23   0.019* 1.72 1.09–2.69 0.03
  Family income reduced 0.83 0.32   0.010* 2.29 1.22–4.29  
Model 5 Parental separation 0.62 0.23   0.007** 1.85 1.19–2.89 0.02
  Family moved to another city 0.21 0.23   0.365 1.23 0.79–1.93  
Model 6a Parental separation 0.57 0.23   0.012* 1.78 1.14–2.78 0.02
  Parental depression 0.48 0.23   0.039* 1.62 1.02–2.56  
Model 7a Parental separation 0.20 0.25   0.428 1.22 0.74–2.02 0.10
  Major conflicts between parents 0.76 0.35   0.030* 2.13 1.08–4.24  
  Major conflicts with parents 1.54 0.41 < 0.001*** 4.64 2.08–10.36  
  Family income reduced 0.56 0.34   0.102 1.75 0.89–3.44  
  Family moved to another city 0.05 0.25   0.831 1.05 0.65–1.71  
  Parental depression 0.32 0.25   0.191 1.38 0.85–2.25  
  1. ***p < 0.001 **p < 0.01 *p < 0.05
  2. a n = 379
  3. Bold text indicates results with p-values < 0.05