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Table 3 Multiple logistic regressions with “violent crimes” and “homicides–attempted homicides” as dependent variables in two Greek prisons (N = 308)

From: Association of Schizoid and Schizotypal Personality disorder with violent crimes and homicides in Greek prisons

  OR (95% CI) p
Violent crimes
 PD Clusters
  No PDs 1.00a  
  A 2.86 (1.16–7.04) 0.022
  B 1.91 (0.85–4.31) 0.118
  C b
 PD diagnosis
  No PDs 1.00a  
  Antisocial 2.23 (0.83–6.05) 0.114
  Borderline 1.91 (0.67–5.67) 0.229
  Narcissistic 2.76 (0.85–8.97) 0.092
  Paranoid 2.99 (0.91–9.81) 0.071
  Histrionic 10.58 (0.53–210.99) 0.122
  Schizoid 3.49 (1.04–11.73) 0.043
  Schizotypal 10.50 (1.53–71.89) 0.017
  Passive–aggressive 2.41 (0.51–11.49) 0.268
Homicides or attempted homicides
 PD Clusters
  No PDs 1.00a  
  A 4.25 (1.26–14.31) 0.020
  B 1.41 (0.42–4.70) 0.574
  C b
 PD diagnosis
  No PDs 1.00a  
  Antisocial 1.35 (0.37–4.90) 0.645
  Borderline 3.34 (0.87–12.79) 0.078
  Narcissistic 0.36 (0.04–3.50) 0.379
  Paranoid 2.96 (0.71–12.26) 0.135
  Schizoid 5.26 (1.30–21.23) 0.020
  Schizotypal 8.80 (1.23–62.78) 0.030
  Passive–aggressive 2.00 (0.30–13.25) 0.474
  1. OR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence intervals, PD Personal Disorder, Cluster A PD Paranoid/Schizoid/Schizotypal PD, Cluster B PD Antisocial/Borderline/Histrionic/Narcissistic PD, Cluster C PD Obsessive/Compulsive/Dependent/Avoidant PD
  2. aIndicates reference category, b could not be computed due to no distribution