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Table 3 Analyses of individuals (males and females) included in the regression analyses versus those excluded due to having another child in 1979–80 or missing data on covariates; proportions (%).

From: The relationship between a less gender-stereotypical parenthood and alcohol-related care and death: A registry study of Swedish mothers and fathers

  Males in regression analyses Males excluded due to missing p-values chi-square tests Females in regression analyses Females excluded due to missing p-values chi-square tests
  n = 25,150 n = 23,970   n = 33,406 n = 10,044  
Paternity leave 1978–79; > 0 days 23.1% 17.4% < 0.001 - - -
Full-time work 1980, Mothers - - - 25.2% 19.2% < 0.001
Full-time work 1980, Fathers 93.6% 86.5% < 0.001 - - -
Maternity leave 1978–79 = 0 day - - - 98.8% 79.4% < 0.001
Oldest quintile 21.4% 20.1% = 0.001 24.4% 17.7% < 0.001
Highest income quintile 1980 21.9% 17.5% < 0.001 20.4% 18.8% < 0.001
Born in Sweden 89.9% 72.3% < 0.001 88.8% 66.8% < 0.001
Cohabiting 1980 87.9% 85.8% < 0.001 85.5% 90.7% < 0.001
Alcohol-related inpatient care and/or death 1981–2001 3.9% 5.1% < 0.001 1.8% 1.8% 0.998