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Table 4 Gender difference of the association between education and schizophrenia (n = 1,909,205)

From: Gender difference in the association between education and schizophrenia in Chinese adults

CharacteristicsModel 1Model 1
Education
 Primary school and belowReferenceReference
 Junior high school0.68 (0.64,0.72)***0.72 (0.67,0.78)***
 Senior high school and above0.55 (0.51,0.60)***0.68 (0.61,0.75)***
Education×Gender
 Primary school and below×male Reference
 Junior high school×female 0.88 (0.79,0.98)**
 Senior high school and above×female 0.63 (0.55,0.73)***
 Age, years1.00 (1.00,1.00)1.00 (1.00,1.00)
Gender
 MaleReferenceReference
 Female1.19 (1.13,1.24)***1.31 (1.23,1.39)***
Residence
 RuralReferenceReference
 Urban1.16 (1.09,1.23)***1.16 (1.09,1.23)***
Marital Status
 MarriedReferenceReference
 Unmarried2.99 (2.86,3.13)***3.00 (2.86,3.14)***
Employment
 YesReferenceReference
 No2.84 (2.62,3.09)***2.85 (2.62,3.10)***
Income
 Tertile 1(Lowest)ReferenceReference
 Tertile 20.55 (0.52,0.58)***0.55 (0.52,0.58)***
 Tertile 3(Highest)0.36 (0.34,0.39)***0.36 (0.34,0.39)***
  1. Note:*P < 0.05, **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001