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Table 4 Lineal model to predict suicide risk, with 95% bias corrected and accelerated confidence intervals reported in parentheses. Confidence intervals and standard errors based on 1000 bootstrap samples

From: Earthquake-related stressors associated with suicidality, depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress in adolescents from Muisne after the earthquake 2016 in Ecuador

  b SE B β p
Constant −2.749 (−6.5, .755) 1.812   .126
Gender (0 = man. 1 = woman) 1.352 (.436, 2.263) .467 .197 .003
Age .105 (−.100, .317) .108 .058 .330
Depression .116 (.050, .190) .037 .298 .003
Generalized anxiety disorder .187 (.053, .323) .069 .203 .013
Separation anxiety −.093 (−.260, .071) .079 −.094 .234
Panic disorder −.074 (−.214, .043) .067 −.112 .266
Posttraumatic stress disorder .066 (.006, .131) .030 .185 .025
Earthquake related stressors −.483 (−.866, −.074) .192 −.155 .013
  1. Note: bootstrap results are based on 1000 bootstrap samples