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Table 2 Multilevel logistic regression modelling results for persistence of depression across one year

From: Persistence and remission of depressive symptoms and psycho-social correlates in Chinese early adolescents

Predictors Model 1 Model 2
B OR and 95%
C.I.for OR
B OR and 95%
C.I.for OR
Individual factors
Age −.09 .91 (.66, 1.26) −.14 .87 (.62, 1.22)
Gender   1   
Male   1.01 (.66, 1.53)   1
Female .10   .07 1.08 (.70, 1.67)
Siblings
 One Child   1   1
 Non-one child .79 2.19 (1.40, 3.44) ** .74 2.10 (1.27, 3.48) *
Migrant status
 Migrant students   1   1
 Local students −.13 .88 (.53, 1.44) .03 1.03 (.61, 1.73)
Positive Youth Development −.39 .67 (.50, .92) * −.29 .74 (.53, 1.05)
Familial factors
 Family intactness
  Intactness     1
  Non-intactness    1.05 2.87 (1.16, 7.12) *
 Father’s Education Level
  Less than or middle school     1
  High school or college    −.26 .77 (.45, 1.32)
  University    −.35 .71 (.31, 1.61)
  More than university    −1.46 .23 (.07, .76) *
 Mother’s Education Level
  Less than or middle school     1
  High school or college    .08 1.08 (.63, 1.86)
  University    .31 1.36 (.56, 3.27)
  More than university    .86 2.37 (.68, 8.25)
Family Function    −.30 .74 (.54, 1.01) *
−2 × log likelihood 513.33   494.88  
Cox & Snell R2 .04   .09  
Nagelkerke R2 .06   .12  
  1. *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001