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Table 2 Multilevel logistic regression models of association between eating arrangement and depressive symptom by gender

From: Association between eating alone and depressive symptom in elders: a cross-sectional study

Modela Male Female
OR CI Ph Pi OR CI Ph Pi
Model Ab 1.19 (1.05,1.33) 0.005 <0.0001 1.13 (1.03,1.23) 0.010 <0.0001
Model Bc 1.15 (1.02,1.30) 0.019 <0.0001 1.10 (1.01,1.21) 0.032 <0.0001
Model Cd 1.15 (1.01,1.30) 0.030 <0.0001 1.11 (1.01,1.21) 0.035 <0.0001
Model De 1.14 (1.01,1.29) 0.035 <0.0001 1.11 (1.01,1.22) 0.031 <0.0001
Model Ef 1.14 (1.01,1.29) 0.036 <0.0001 1.11 (1.01,1.22) 0.030 <0.0001
Model Fg 1.14 (1.00,1.29) 0.052 <0.0001 1.12 (1.01,1.24) 0.027 <0.0001
  1. aFor all the multilevel logistic regression models in this table, the variable of county/district was treated as the group variable in multilevel logistic regression
  2. bModel A was the basic model and only adjusted for age
  3. cModel B was additionally adjusted for education, employment status and perception of economic status
  4. dModel C was additionally adjusted for marriage and having a child
  5. eModel D was additionally adjusted for smoking, drinking and physical activity
  6. fModel E was additionally adjusted for underlying conditions
  7. gModel F was finally adjusted for living alone
  8. hThe P value was obtained by the multilevel logistic regression for the association between eating arrangement and depressive symptom
  9. iThe P value was obtained by the likelihood ratio test comparing multilevel logistic regression model with logistic regression model for the association between eating arrangement and depressive symptom