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Table 3 Linear regression analyses of MetS and depression (N = 14.416–14.499 a)

From: Associations between degree and sub-dimensions of depression and metabolic syndrome (MetS) in the community: results from the Gutenberg Health Study (GHS)

  Depressive symptoms (PHQ) Somatic-affective symptoms Cognitive-affective symptoms
  B (95% CI) B (95% CI) B (95% CI)
Model 1 0.008 (− 0.004/ 0.020) p = .188 0.020 (0.011/ 0.028) p < .001 −0.020 (− 0.036/ -0.005) p = .011
Model 2 0.028 (0.016/ 0.041) p < .001 0.034 (0.025/ 0.043) p < .001 0.000 (− 0.016/ 0.016) p = .995
Model 3 0.014 (0.003/ 0.026) p < .015 0.024 (0.015/ 0.032) p < .001 −0.015 (− 0.030/ 0.000) p = .056
Model 4 0.026 (0.018/ 0.033) p < .001 −0.037 (− 0.050/ -0.023) p < .001
  1. Model 1: without adjustment; Model 2: adjusted for age, sex and socioeconomic status (SES); Model 3: additionally adjusted for somatic conditions (CHD, atrial fibrillation, cancer, myocardial infarction, stroke, PAOD), any anxiety, and psychotropic medication; Model 4: additionally adjusted for cognitive-affective symptoms (dependent variable: somatic-affective symptoms), respectively for somatic-affective symptoms (dependent variable: cognitive-affective symptoms)
  2. aN ranges between 13.363 and 14.499 because of missing data