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Table 2 Multinomial Logistic Regression on Bullying and Victimization at Age 11: Marginal Effects (and Standard Errors)

From: Early risk factors for being a bully, victim, or bully/victim in late elementary and early secondary education. The longitudinal TRAILS study

Variable Bullies
(11.9%)
Victims
(15.1%)
Bully/Victims
(8.4%)
Uninvolved
(64.5%)
Preschool behavior     
   Aggressiveness .038 (.017)* .002 (.019) .051 (.014)** -.092 (.026)**
   Motor functioning .036 (.014)** -.051 (.017)** .011 (.012) .004 (.022)
   Anxiety -.018 (.019) .038 (.021) ~ -.048 (.015)** .028 (.028)
Being a boy .120 (.022)** -.091 (.023)** .066 (.019)** -.095 (.032)**
Socio-economic status -.030 (.014)* -.036 (.016)* -.024 (.011)* .091 (.021)**
Parental mental health     
   externalizing problems .032 (.030) .016 (.038) .045 (.023) ~ -.093 (.052) ~
  1. N = 982; ** p < .01, * p < .05, ~ p < .10 (two-tailed)