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Table 3 Results of bivariate regression analyses showing risk and protective factors associated with risky sexual behavior, stratified by gender

From: Role of risk and protective factors in risky sexual behavior among high school students in Cambodia

Expected risk and protective factors β SE p-value
Male    
Substance use 0.222 0.037 < 0.001
Depression 0.079 0.005 0.063
Peer delinquency 0.195 0.008 < 0.001
Family violence- victimization 0.040 0.132 0.345
Family violence- witnessing 0.008 0.126 0.840
Community violence- victimization 0.066 0.062 0.119
Community violence- witnessing 0.073 0.038 0.083
Family support function - 0.073 0.008 0.082
School attachment - 0.029 0.022 0.485
Family dinner frequency 0.036 0.079 0.391
Female    
Substance use 0.191 0.027 < 0.001
Depression 0.160 0.003 0.001
Peer delinquency 0.114 0.005 0.016
Family violence- victimization 0.054 0.090 0.259
Family violence- witnessing 0.102 0.074 0.032
Community violence- victimization 0.173 0.047 < 0.001
Community violence- witnessing 0.166 0.023 < 0.001
Family support function 0.217 0.004 < 0.001
School attachment - 0.179 0.014 < 0.001
Family dinner frequency - 0.061 0.045 0.198
  1. SE = Standard error.