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Table 3 Statistical significance of the variables used in the models predicting substance use overestimation

From: Peer substance use overestimation among French university students: a cross-sectional survey

Variable p-value (Likelihood Ratio Test)
  Tobacco Cannabis Alcohol HED
Tobacco use 0.0438 - 0.0997 0.0059
Cannabis use - 0.0062 - -
Alcohol use - 0.0632 0.0029 -
HED - - - 0.0019
Discipline - 0.0007 <0.0001 <0.0001
Tobacco use prevalence in class <0.0001 - - -
Cannabis use prevalence in class - 0.0004 - -
Alcohol use prevalence in class - 0.0657 0.0055 0.0042
HED prevalence in class - - 0.0267 <0.0001
Gender 0.0002 0.0569 - 0.0069
Previous questionnaires - - 0.0122 0.0893
Cannabis prevention campaigns 0.0217 0.0177 - -
  1. A "-" sign indicates that the variable was not included in this model. Bold p-values indicate significance at the 5% level. HED: Heavy episodic drinking.