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Table 3 Results of logistic regression of intentions to have an STI test in the next month (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 1.446 0.825–2.536 p = .198
Gender Male Reference   
Female 0.889 0.590–1.340 p = .575
Ethnicity Non White Reference   
White 0.425 0.246–0.735 p = .002
Number of years in UK 0–5 Reference   
More than 5 0.913 0.588–1.417 p = .685
Year of study Undergraduate Reference   
Post graduate 0.637 0.355–1.141 p = .129
Psychosocial Knowledge 1.005 0.927–1.090 p = .901
Susceptibility 1.236 1.174–1.300 p < .001
Subjective norms 1.024 1.015–1.034 p < .001
Direct attitudes 1.052 0.990–1.118 p = .100
Indirect attitudes 1.030 0.985–1.078 p = .194
Social Fear 1.002 0.976–1.030 p = .869
Self-Efficacy 1.007 0.987–1.028 p = .484
  Past STI testing 1.078 0.696–1.670 p = .735