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Table 4 The relations between problem behaviors and additive level of child's and parents' values and sensation

From: Personal values and involvement in problem behaviors among Bahamian early adolescents: a cross-sectional study

    Boys (n = 309) Girls (n = 338)
Values and sensation seeking Child Parents OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Self-enhancement L L 1   1  
  L H 2.20 1.08–4.14 1.43 0.78–2.62
  H L 0.79 0.43–1.47 0.89 0.49–1.63
  H H 1.24 0.59–2.60 1.06 0.37–0.92
Self-transcendence L L 1   1  
  L H 2.20 1.17–4.12 0.97 0.51–1.86
  H L 0.58 0.30–1.12 1.11 0.62–2.01
  H H 0.62 0.23–1.68 1.78 0.85–3.68
Openness to change       
  L L 1   1  
  L H 1.91 1.00–3.66 1.40 0.74–2.63
  H L 0.72 0.38–1.36 1.67 0.93–3.02
  H H 0.98 0.44–2.17 2.42 0.96–6.13
Conservation       
  L L 1   1  
  L H 1.42 0.76–2.65 1.16 0.63–2.13
  H L 0.55 0.29–1.07 1.03 0.58–1.85
  H H 0.47 0.19–1.13 1.27 0.54–2.96
Sensation seeking       
  L L 1   1  
  L H 2.07 0.98–4.35 1.56 0.87–2.80
  H L 1.37 0.78–2.37 1.50 0.80–2.81
  H H 2.69 1.13–6.41 0.97 0.38–3.44
  1. H: high level; equal to or higher than 75th percentile
  2. L: low level: lower than 75th percentile
  3. OR: odds ratio
  4. 95% CI: 95% confidence interval