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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis for factors associated with depression

From: Life satisfaction and happiness associated with depressive symptoms among university students: a cross-sectional study in Korea

Variables Step 1a Step 2b
B SE Wald p OR (95% CI) B SE Wald p OR (95% CI)
Gender − 0.439 0.130 11.448 0.001 0.645 (0.500–0.831) − 0.407 0.159 6.587 0.010 0.665 (0.488–0.908)
Subjective body shape − 0.054 0.079 0.471 0.493 0.947 (0.811–1.106) − 0.071 0.092 0.594 0.441 0.932 (0.778–1.115)
Subjective pocket money 0.322 0.071 20.536 < 0.001 1.379 (1.200–1.585) − 0.073 0.088 0.684 0.408 0.932 (0.782–1.105)
SWLS       − 0.146 0.016 85.861 < 0.001 0.881 (0.837–0.891)
PPTI       − 0.097 0.009 104.291 < 0.001 0.908 (0.891–0.925)
AUDIT       0.027 0.011 6.160 0.013 1.027 (1.006–1.050)
PSQI       0.230 0.026 78.822 < 0.001 1.259 (1.196–1.324)
  1. AUDIT Alcohol Use Disorders of Identification Test, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, SWLS Satisfaction with Life Scale, PPTI Positive Psychotherapy Inventory, CI confidence interval, OR odds ratio, SE standard error
  2. a χ2 of model = 41.161, df = 3, Nagelkerke R2 = 0.031
  3. b χ2 of model = 628.838, df = 7, Nagelkerke R2 = 0.454