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Table 4 Results of logistic regression of sexual risk behaviour i.e. Unprotected (no condom) and multiple sexual partners (2 or more) in the last 6 months (n = 1104)

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 0.656 0.355–1.212 p = .178
Sex Male Reference   
Female 0.854 0.574–1.269 p = .434
Ethnicity Non White Reference   
White 0.579 0.324–1.034 p = .065
Number of years in UK 0–5 Reference   
More than 5 1.243 0.801–1.930 p = .333
Year of study Undergraduate Reference   
Post graduate 0.591 0.325–1.073 p = .084
Psychosocial Knowledge 1.044 0.965–1.130 p = .284
Susceptibility 1.331 1.258–1.408 p < .001
Subjective norms 1.011 1.002–1.019 p = .018
Direct attitudes 1.001 0.950–1.054 p = .974
Indirect attitudes 1.009 0.966–1.054 p = .684
Social Fear 1.012 0.987–1.039 p = .348
Self-Efficacy 1.007 0.987–1.028 p = .488