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Table 3 Results from univariate and multiple regression analysis for differences in STAI and BDI between the study groups

From: Anxiety and depression among Greek men with primary erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation

  State Anxiety Trait Anxiety Depression (BDI)
Unadjusted Adjustedb Unadjusted Adjustedb Unadjusted Adjustedb
β (SE)a β (SE)a β (SE)a β (SE)a β (SE)a β (SE)a
Controls. ref.
 ED 4.31 (1.19)** 3.58 (1.23)** 3.76 (1.61)* 4.00 (1.76)* 4.55 (2.13)* 4.74 (2.13)*
 PE 4.01 (0.72)** 3.75 (0.72)** 1.60 (1.70) 2.06 (1.76) 2.76 (2.22) 2.36 (2.27)
 AD 4.20 (1.41)** 4.30 (1.51)** 9.44 (1.70)*** 8.94 (1.72)*** 6.56 (2.22)** 5.08 (2.22)*
PE. ref.
 ED 1.03 (1.34) 1.05 (1.37) 2.16 (1.61) 1.94 (1.57) 1.79 (2.13) 0.90 (2.04)
AD. ref.
 ED 0.10 (1.35) 0.25 (1.43) −5.68 (1.61)** −4.94 (1.61)** −2.01 (2.13) −1.82 (2.08)
 PE −0.20 (1.40) −0.18 (1.45) −7.84 (1.70)*** −6.88 (1.66)*** −3.80 (2.22) −2.72 (2.15)
  1. ED erectile dysfunction, PE premature ejaculation, AD anxiety disorder, ref reference category
  2. aRegression coefficient (standard error)
  3. bAdjusted for age, family status and number of life events
  4. p < 0.050; ** p < 0.010; *** p < 0.00