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Table 4 Characteristics associated with depressive symptoms in the Latino subsample (N = 1,125)

From: Correlates of depressive symptoms among Latino and Non-Latino White adolescents: Findings from the 2003 California Health Interview Survey

  Model not including acculturation Model including acculturation
Characteristics OR (95% CI)* p-value OR (95% CI)* p-value
Acculturation low vs. high -   1.54 (0.97–2.44) 0.07
Age: 12–13 vs. 16–17 1.22 (0.75–2.00) 0.4 1.30 (0.79–2.14) 0.30
Age: 14–15 vs. 16–17 1.21 (0.73–2.01) 0.5 1.26 (0.75–2.09) 0.39
Gender: Female vs. male 2.60 (1.72–3.93) <0.001 2.64 (1.74–3.99) <0.001
<200% poverty level vs. > 200% 0.96 (0.63–1.46) 0.8 0.86 (0.55–1.33) 0.50
Household type: One parent vs. both 1.29 (0.84–1.99) 0.2 1.37 (0.88–2.13) 0.16
Support at home: low vs. high 0.85 (0.57–1.29) 0.5 0.84 (0.55–1.27) 0.40
Support at school: low vs. high 2.53 (1.60–4.00) <0.001 2.50 (1.58–3.97) <0.001
  1. *adjusted for all other variables in the table