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Table 3 Logistic regression on Chinese oldest-old’s Life satisfaction and Psychological health

From: Intergenerational support and subjective wellbeing among oldest-old in China: the moderating role of economic status

VARIABLES Life satisfaction (OR, 95% CI) Psychological health, (OR, 95% CI)
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Intergenerational support variables
 Provide financial support 1.715*** (1.279–2.300) 1.369** (1.011–1.853) 1.364*** (1.154–1.612) 1.192** (0.995–1.429)
 Receive financial support 0.885 (0.663–1.181) 0.889 (0.652–1.212) 0.911 (0.753–1.101) 0.928 (0.760–1.134)
 Receive instrumental support 1.086 (0.823–1.432) 1.419** (1.036–1.943) 0.665*** (0.561–0.789) 0.874 (0.722–1.056)
 Receive emotional support 2.345*** (1.730–3.178) 1.985*** (1.395–2.826) 1.518*** (1.229–1.873) 1.457*** (1.165–1.823)
Age   0.997 (0.979–1.016)   1.010* (0.999–1.022)
Gender   0.840 (0.633–1.114)   0.868 (0.733–1.028)
Current residence   1.098 (0.862–1.398)   0.995 (0.855–1.158)
Current marital status
 Never married, separated and divorced   0.647 (0.338–1.239)   0.638** (0.410–0.990)
 Widowed   0.860 (0.608–1.215)   0.689*** (0.561–0.846)
Income   1.000*** (1.000–1.000)   1.000*** (1.000–1.000)
Year of schooling   1.032 (0.985–1.082)   1.024* (0.999–1.050)
Number of living children   1.102*** (1.034–1.175)   1.063*** (1.021–1.106)
Co-residence   1.144 (0.845–1.548)   1.149 (0.969–1.363)
ADL   0.440*** (0.341–0.569)   0.408*** (0.350–0.476)
Chronic disease   0.820 (0.574–1.172)   0.797* (0.633–1.004)
Social security insurance   1.286 (0.835–1.980)   1.104 (0.843–1.445)
Medical insurance   0.865 (0.602–1.245)   0.860 (0.694–1.066)
Old-age insurance   1.044 (0.791–1.379)   1.153 (0.971–1.369)
Community service   1.193 (0.921–1.545)   1.020 (0.873–1.192)
  1. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1