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Table 3 Association between SSP personality factors and illness course in participants with bipolar disorder. Odds ratios (OR) with 95% CI intervals are presented

From: Personality traits in bipolar disorder and influence on outcome

  Personality factors OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) adjusted for MADRS
any depressive episode Neuroticism 1.052(1.007–1.099)a 1.036(0.984–1.091)
Aggressiveness 1.066(0.95–1.14) 1.058(0.981–1.141)
Disinhibition 0.985(0.929–1.044) 0.986(0.927–1.048)
anymanic/hypomanic episode Neuroticism 1.033(0.993–1.074) 1.012(0.967–1.060)
Aggressiveness 1.026(0.966–1.089) 1.019(0.955–1.088)
Disinhibition 0.980(0.929–1.034) 0.987(0.934–1.087)
any attempt/use of violence Neuroticism 1.088(1.016–1.166)a 1.039(0.960–1.125)
Aggressiveness 0.977(0.879–1.087) 0.974(0.869–1.092)
Disinhibition 0.928(0.844–1.020) 0.924(0.833–1.026)
sick leave days-more or less than 120 days Neuroticism 1.072(1.031–1.116)a 1.040(0.994–1.088)
Aggressiveness 1.019(0.966–1.075) 0.974(0.915–1.037)
Disinhibition 1.052(1.002–1.104)a 1.037(0.986–1.091)
  1. a significant at the .05 level