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Table 2 Results of logistic regression of past STI testing behaviour (n = 1212)

From: Exploring psychosocial predictors of STI testing in University students

  Variable Odds ratio 95% CI p value
Demographics Age 18–25 Reference   
25 or more 1.522 1.019–2.273 p = .040
Sex Male Reference   
Female 2.134 1.599–2.847 p < .001
Ethnicity Non White Reference   
White 1.107 0.718–1.796 p = .645
Number of years in UK 0–5 Reference   
More than 5 0.706 0.521–0.957 p = .025
Year of study Undergraduate Reference   
Post graduate 1.551 1.053–2.285 p = .026
Psychosocial Knowledge 1.254 1.185–1.326 p < .001
Susceptibility 1.076 1.022–1.134 p = .006
Subjective norms 1.014 1.008–1.020 p < .001
Direct attitudes 1.037 1.000–1.075 p = .048
Indirect attitudes 1.063 1.030–1.097 p < .001
Social Fear 1.000 0.982–1.018 p = .972
Self-Efficacy 1.042 1.027–1.057 p < .001
  Intention 1.027 0.667–1.581 P = .901