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Table 4 Effects* of frequency of consuming six or more drinks (60 g ethanol) on secondhand effects

From: Undergraduate student drinking and related harms at an Australian university: web-based survey of a large random sample

  Frequency of consuming six or more drinks (cf Never)
Secondhand effect Less than monthly OR (99% CI) 2-4 times a month OR (99% CI) > 2 times a week OR (99% CI)
Been insulted or humiliated 1.39 (1.03-1.90) 1.88 (1.35-2.62) 2.57 (1.88-3.51)
Had a serious argument or quarrel 1.95 (1.36-2.79) 3.15 (2.16-4.60) 5.97 (4.19-8.52)
Been pushed, hit or otherwise assaulted 1.18 (0.76-1.85) 1.54 (0.95-2.49) 3.02 (1.96-4.64)
Had your property damaged 1.66 (1.11-2.47) 2.23 (1.45-3.44) 2.68 (1.77-4.05)
Had to 'baby-sit' or take care of another student who had drunk too much 1.96 (1.56-2.47) 2.81 (2.18-3.62) 3.66 (2.87-4.66)
Found vomit in the halls or bathroom of your residence 1.51 (0.97-2.34) 2.50 (1.56-4.01) 3.58 (2.29-5.60)
Had your studying or sleep interrupted 1.44 (1.12-1.86) 2.32 (1.77-3.06) 3.26 (2.51-4.23)
Experienced unwanted sexual advances 2.11 (1.46-3.05) 2.86 (1.93-4.24) 5.38 (3.72-7.79)
Been a victim of sexual assault (this includes date rape) 0.79 (0.31-1.97) 0.88 (0.29-2.69) 1.62 (0.63-4.17)
Been a victim of another crime on campus 0.65 (0.24-1.76) 0.77 (0.22-2.63) 1.56 (0.57-4.26)
Been a victim of another crime off campus 0.96 (0.48-1.89) 1.33 (0.63-2.79) 1.74 (0.88-3.45)
  1. *Results are presented as odds-ratio and associated 99% confidence intervals after adjusting for gender, age and citizenship in multivariable logistic regression