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Table 4 Interaction effect of controlling behaviour on the association between past-year physical or sexual violence and health conditions.

From: 2The role of controlling behaviour in intimate partner violence and its health effects: a population based study from rural Vietnam

Variables Pain or discomfort Sadness or depression Suicidal thoughts
  COR
95%CI
AOR * 95%CI COR
95%CI
AOR**
95%CI
COR
95%CI
AOR***
95%CI
No controlling behaviour and no past-year phy/sex violence (n = 714) 1 1 1 1 1 1
Controlling behaviour but no past-year phy/sex violence (n = 88) 2.43 (1.35–4.38) 2.04 (1.09–3.83) 1.80 (1.09–2.97) 1.51 (0.89–2.58) 3.54 (1.43–8.80) 3.06 (1.19–7.86)
No controlling behaviour but subjected to past-year phy/sex violence (n = 55) 2.26 (1.09–4.69) 2.44 (1.14–5.25) 3.26 (1.85–5.76) 3.60 (1.98–6.55) 1.55 (0.35–6.88) 1.40 (0.31–6.35)
Controlling behaviour and subjected to past-year phy/sex violence (n = 26) 11.85 (5.26–26.71) 15.37 (6.22–37.94) 7.26 (3.22–16.36) 8.58 (3.57–20.66) 9.76 (3.29–28.96) 10.80 (3.42–34.11)
  1. Crude (COR) and adjusted (AOR) odds ratios. N = 883
  2. * adjusted for respondents' age, respondents' education, household income and husband having > 1 wife/partner
  3. ** adjusted for respondents' age, household income and husband having > 1 wife/partner
  4. *** adjusted for respondent's age, respondents' education, household income and husband having > 1 wife/partner