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Table 2 Multivariable logistic regression models assessing relationship between tobacco/psychosocial factors and daily combustible/marijuana use

From: Characterizing tobacco and marijuana use among youth combustible tobacco users experiencing homelessness – considering product type, brand, flavor, frequency, and higher-risk use patterns and predictors

  Daily (vs. Non-Daily) Combustible (n = 45; 47%) Daily (vs. Non-Daily) Marijuana (n = 26; 30%)
Psycho-Social Factors OR 95% CI p value OR 95% CI p value
≥1 child (vs. no children) 3.52 (1.25–9.92) 0.017
Situational Temptations Inventory: Habit (1-unit increase) 4.00 (1.08–14.83) 0.038
Motivations for Smoking: Boredom Relieve (1-unit increase) 1.40 (1.14–1.71) 0.001
SOBC MAIA: Non-Distracting (1-unit increase) 1.67 (1.10–2.54) 0.016
Situational Temptations Inventory: Negative Affect (1-unit increase) 0.03 (0.004–0.21) 0.001
SOBC Brief Cope: Substance (1-unit increase) 1.72 (1.19–2.48) 0.004
Age First Tried Tobacco (5-unit increase) 0.25 (0.10–0.64) 0.004
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, SOBC Science of Behavior Change, MAIA Multidimensional Assessment of Interoceptive Awareness