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Table 2 Bivariate logistic regression: Adjusted odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals for the association between family characteristics during childhood and self-perceived health in adulthood

From: Family social environment in childhood and self-rated health in young adulthood

   General health status (Ref.:very good) Physical health (Ref.:very good) Psychological health (Ref.:very good)
  N Very poor/poor/fair Good Very poor/poor/fair Good Very poor/poor/fair Good
Family characteristics during childhood
Separation or divorce 1006 1.93* (1.16-3.20) 1.36 (0.95-1.94) 1.98** (1.19-3.28) 1.65** (1.14-2.40) 1.79* (1.12-2.84) 1.52* (1.04-2.22)
Poor maternal relationships 1001 3.81*** (2.19-6.65) 1.31 (0.83-2.05) 2.87*** (1.63-5.06) 1.25 (0.79-1.98) 4.03*** (2.33-6.99) 1.72* (1.04-2.84)
Poor paternal relationships 1004 2.42*** (1.56-3.76) 1.55** (1.15-2.09) 2.05** (1.32-3.19) 1.78*** (1.30-2.43) 3.63*** (2.42-5.45) 2.25*** (1.62-3.14)
Interparental violence 991 2.83*** (1.71-4.67) 1.95*** (1.37-2.77) 2.33** (1.43-3.80) 1.42 (0.99-2.04) 3.31*** (2.13-5.14) 1.53* (1.05-2.24)
  1. aAdjusted for age, gender, marital status and current socioeconomic status
  2. CI = confidence interval
  3. *P < .05; **P < .01; ***P < .001