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Table 5 Association between CSA classes and HRB classes

From: Co-occurrence subgroups of child sexual abuse, health risk behaviors and their associations among secondary school students in China

  HRB Latent Classes
Proportion Crude Association Adjusted Association a
CSA Latent classes Total Low HRBs Externalizing HRBs Internalizing HRBs Externalizing HRBs Internalizing HRBs Externalizing HRBs Internalizing HRBs
N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) OR[95%CI] OR[95%CI] OR[95%CI] OR[95%CI]
Male
 Low CSAs 4170 (96.1) 2912 (97.9) 969 (93.1) 289* (88.9) REF REF REF REF
 Verbal or exhibitionism CSAs 114 (2.6) 50 (1.7) 49 (4.7) 15 (4.6) 2.95 [1.97–4.40] 3.02 [1.68–5.45] 2.51 [1.50–4.20] 3.08 [1.48–6.40]
 High multiple CSAs 55 (1.3) 11 (0.4) 23 (2.2) 21 (6.5) 6.28 [3.05–12.94] 19.24 [9.18–40.29] 4.05 [1.71–9.57] 11.77 [4.76–29.13]
 Total 4339 2973 1041 325     
Female
 Low CSAs 4196 (95.2) 3118 (97.6) 700 (90.6) 378* (85.9) REF REF REF REF
 Verbal or exhibitionism CSAs 171 (3.9) 67 (2.1) 57 (7.4) 47 (10.7) 3.79 [2.64–5.45] 5.79 [3.93–8.53] 2.53 [1.63–3.95] 6.05 [3.73–9.80]
 High multiple CSAs 40 (0.9) 9 (0.3) 16 (2.1) 15 (3.4) 7.92 [3.48–17.99] 13.75 [5.98–31.63] 4.97 [1.99–12.44] 9.87 [3.71–26.25]
 Total 4407 3194 773 440     
  1. aAdjusted Association: Adjusted for variables associated with school, family function, and respondents’ individual free time lifestyle