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Table 3 Joint and conditional probabilities between depressive mood (DM) and post-traumatic stress (PTS) trajectories, and between depressive mood (DM) trajectories and pain interference (PI) trajectories

From: Outcomes after traffic injury: mental health comorbidity and relationship with pain interference

 DM trajectories
Chronic (Trajectory 1)Moderate-Chronic (Trajectory 2)Worsening (Trajectory 3)Recovery (Trajectory 4)Resilient (Trajectory 5)
Joint probability of DM and PTS
PTS trajectories
  Chronic (Trajectory 1)3.84.41.12.20.5
  Worsening (Trajectory 3)0.20.92.70.73.2
  Recovery (Trajectory 2)0.12.02.47.07.8
  Resilient (Trajectory 4)0.00.22.12.456.2
Conditional probability of DM given PTS/ of PTS given DM (in bold)
PTS trajectories
  Chronic (Trajectory 1)31.9/ 90.436.6/ 58.58.9/ 12.918.7/ 18.03.8/ 0.7
  Worsening (Trajectory 3)3.2/ 6.011.7/ 12.234.4/ 32.59.1/ 5.741.6/ 4.8
  Recovery (Trajectory 2)0.8/ 3.610.2/ 26.512.6/ 29.436.2/ 56.640.2/11.5
  Resilient (Trajectory 4)0.0/ 0.00.3/ 2.73.4/ 25.14.0/ 19.792.2/ 83.0
Joint probability of DM and PI
PI trajectories
  Chronic (Trajectory 1)3.96.86.98.532.5
  Recovery (Trajectory 2)0.10.30.93.221.6
  Resilient (Trajectory 3)0.20.20.50.713.5
Conditional probability of DM given PI/ of PI given DM (in bold)
PI trajectories
  Chronic (Trajectory 1)6.7/ 92.811.7/ 91.811.8/ 83.514.4/ 68.455.4/ 48.1
  Recovery (Trajectory 2)0.1/ 1.21.4/ 4.83.5/ 11.012.4/ 26.282.6/ 32.0
  Resilient (Trajectory 3)1.6/ 6.01.7/ 3.43.0/ 5.54.4/ 5.389.3/ 19.9
  1. Note: Probabilities are expressed in %. Figures in bold pertain to conditional probabilities of PTS given DM and conditional probability of PI given DM, respectively
  2. Joint probabilities are based on modelling estimations so the total probability does not add exactly to 100%
  3. Conditional probabilities are based on modelling estimations. For DM given PTS, the rows add to approximately 100%, while for PTS given DM, columns add to approximately 100%. This is also the case for the conditional probabilities for DM and PI
  4. Probabilities for the association between PTS and PI trajectories are provided as supplementary material given they were similar to the probabilities for DM and PI trajectories