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Table 1 Effects of baseline income, follow-up income, and income mobility on any studied mental disorder among males and females from diagonal reference models (DRMs) with 95% confidence intervals

From: Baseline income, follow-up income, income mobility and their roles in mental disorders: a longitudinal intra-generational community-based study

 MalesFemales
Coefficients95% CIP-valueCoefficients95% CIP-value
Model 1
 Diagonal interceptsa
  Origin
   Low0.190.09,0.29< 0.0010.170.11,0.23< 0.001
   Not low0.090.03,0.150.0030.060.03,0.08< 0.001
 Weight of originConstrained  0.001  
 Downwards mobility0.05−0.11,0.210.5280.02−0.09,0.130.720
 Marital status
  SingleReference     
  Married−0.08−0.16, − 0.010.028   
  Common law0.03−0.06, 0.120.521   
  Separate or widowed or divorced−0.09− 0.18,− 0.000.042   
 Presence of any mental disorder at origin0.230.15,0.31< 0.0010.080.02,0.140.011
Model 2
 Diagonal interceptsa
  Origin
   Low0.170.08, 0.27< 0.0010.170.11–0.23< 0.001
   Not low0.070.02–0.130.0100.050.03,0.08< 0.001
 Weight of origin−0.00  -0.00  
 Upwards mobility− 0.04− 0.16,0.080.4860.04−0.04,0.120.316
 Marital status
  SingleReference     
  Married−0.06−0.14,0.010.077   
  Common law0.04−0.04,0.130.260   
  Separate or widowed or divorced−.06−0.15,0.030.161   
 Presence of any mental disorder at origin0.230.15,0.31< 0.0010.090.04,0.140.002
  1. aThe diagonal intercepts are odds