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Table 4 Multivariable analyses

From: Rate and correlates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following the Beirut blast and the economic crisis among Lebanese University students: a cross-sectional study

Model 1: Linear regression taking the PTSD from the Beirut blast score as the dependent variable
Variable Unstandardized Beta (B) Standardized Beta (β) p 95% CI
Avoidant coping 0.52 0.21 < 0.001 0.24–0.80
Approach coping 0.03 0.02 0.737 −0.15-0.21
Financial wellbeing −0.03 −0.03 0.484 −0.11-0.05
Depression (PHQ-9 score) 0.04 0.02 0.810 −0.30-0.38
Stress (BDS score) 0.23 0.11 0.152 −0.09-0.56
Anxiety (LAS score) 0.62 0.35 < 0.001 0.32–0.92
Personal history of anxiety disorders −1.87 −0.05 0.304 −5.45-1.70
Personal history of PTSD 4.31 0.07 0.101 −0.84-9.46
Personal history of depression 2.21 0.06 0.223 −1.35-5.78
Model 2: Linear regression taking the PTSD from the economic crisis score as the dependent variable
Avoidant coping 0.56 0.20 < 0.001 0.30–0.82
Approach coping 0.05 0.02 0.525 −0.11-0.22
Financial wellbeing −0.31 − 0.29 < 0.001 − 0.39- -0.24
Depression (PHQ-9 score) 0.40 0.15 0.011 0.09–0.70
Stress (BDS score) 0.26 0.10 0.084 −0.04-0.55
Anxiety (LAS score) 0.49 0.24 0.001 0.21–0.77
Personal history of anxiety disorders 0.33 0.01 0.843 −2.92-3.58
Personal history of PTSD 1.90 0.03 0.425 −2.78-6.59
Personal history of depression 0.16 0.004 0.921 −3.08-3.41
  1. Numbers in bold indicate significant p-values; Variables entered in both models: Stress (BDS score), Personal history of PTSD, Personal history of anxiety disorder, Personal history of depression, Depression (PHQ9 score), Anxiety (LAS score); PTSD Post traumatic stress disorder. Nagelkerke R2 = 41.7% (model 1) and 63.0% (model 2)