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Fig. 1 | BMC Psychiatry

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From: Does continuous trusted adult support in childhood impart life-course resilience against adverse childhood experiences - a retrospective study on adult health-harming behaviours and mental well-being

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Adjusted means$ for mental well-being and health harming behaviour outcomes by ACE count category and trusted adult support in childhood. 0 ACEs, Always available adult support in childhood = yes. 0 ACEs, Always available adult support in childhood = no. ≥4 ACEs, Always available adult support in childhood = yes. ≥4 ACEs, Always available adult support in childhood = no.

Footnote. ACE Adverse Childhood Experiences. Graphical representations have been limited to ≥4 ACEs and 0 ACE categories for clarity of presentation. 95%CI 95% Confidence Intervals. $Adjusted means are calculated using estimated marginal means function and are adjusted through logistic regression modelling for confounding from other variables in the model; here age, sex, ethnicity (see Methods). Deprivation quintiles are from 1 = most affluent to 5 = most deprived

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