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Table 3 Post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression predicted by immigration-related characteristics

From: Mental health among immigrants in Germany – the impact of self-attribution and attribution by others as an immigrant

PredictorPTSDAnxietyDepression
OR / (95% CI)pOR / (95% CI)pOR / (95% CI)p
Age1.03 / (0.97–1.06).5781.03 / (0.99–1.06).1191.01 / (0.97–1.05).699
Sexa,f0.20 / (0.05–0.77).0190.97 / (0.42–2.28).9540.96 / (0.37–2.45).911
Immigrant generationb,f1.26 / (0.25–6.30).7813.26 / (0.87–12.17).0784.32 / (0.90–20.70).067
German citizenshipc,f0.22 / (0.04–1.24).0871.25 / (0.38–4.09).7092.08 / (0.54–8.03).288
Parents immigration statusd,f0.72 / (0.17–3.05).6590.83 / (0.30–2.30).7170.45 / (0.14–1.46).183
Attribution as immigrant (self and/or by others)e,f4.05 / (1.06–15.46).0401.47 / (0.54–3.98).4523.88 / (1.29–11.89).017
  1. amale = 1, female = 2; b1st generation = 1, 2nd generation = 2; cyes = 1, no = 2; done immigrant parent = 1, both immigrant parents = 2; eno = 0, yes = 1; fthe lower category represents the reference category
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