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Table 5 Multivariate models of ABC study participants with experience of poor social and emotional well-being

From: Oral health and social and emotional well-being in a birth cohort of Aboriginal Australian young adults

  Anxiety Resilience Depression Suicide Mental health
  B (95% CI) B (95% CI) B (95% CI) B (95% CI) B (95% CI)
Socio-demographic      
Sex      
   Male ref ref ref ref ref
   Female 0.88 (0.32-1.44) -1.95 (-2.81--1.09) 1.51 (0.84-2.18) 0.49 (0.25-0.74) 2.47 (1.33-3.60)
Source of household income      
   Job - ref - - -
   Welfare - -1.93 (-3.17-0.70) - - -
Dental behavioural      
Toothbrush ownership      
   No - ref - - -
   Yes - 1.10 (0.16-2.04) - - -
Dental disease experience      
DT > 0      
   No ref - - - -
   Yes 0.78 (0.16-1.40) - - - -
FT > 0      
   No - ref - -  
   Yes - 1.71 (0.66-2.77) - -  
DMFT > 0      ref
   No - - - - 1.38 (0.04-2.80)
   Yes - - - -  
Mean DT - - - 0.034 (0.01-0.06) -
Oral health impact      
How have your teeth been since last wet?      
   All good, none hurting - - ref - -
Some good, some hurting
or none good, all hurting
- - 0.74 (0.08-1.40) - -
Do you think your teeth look ok?      
   All good - - - - ref
   Some good or none good - - - - 1.23 (0.01-2.47)
Substance use      
Marijuana      
   No - - ref - -
   Yes - - 0.78 (0.07-1.49) - -
Alcohol - -   - -
   No - - ref - -
   Yes    0.91 (0.21-1.62)   
Racial Discrimination      
Treated unfairly or discriminated against because you are Aboriginal?      
   Not really ref - ref ref ref
   Little bit, fair bit, lots 1.18 (0.59-1.78) - 1.37 (0.67-2.07) 0.34 (0.08-0.60) 2.79 (1.59-3.99)
Cultural knowledge      
Do you know a lot about your Aboriginal culture? -   - - -
   Not much, little bit, fair bit - ref - - -
   Lots   1.55 (0.66-2.44)