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Table 4 Associations between behavioural- and health problems* at baseline and the likelihood (age adjusted OR, 95% CI) for ever had tried hash, marihuana or other related drugs at follow-up; stratified by gender.

From: The influence of behavioural and health problems on alcohol and drug use in late adolescence - a follow up study of 2 399 young Norwegians

  Total (N = 2399) Boys (N = 1115) Girls (N = 1284)
   Exposure variables OR CI R2** OR CI R2 OR CI R2
Bivariate log.reg          
   Anxiety/depressive symptoms 1.6 1.4-1.9 0.04 2.2 1.4-2.5 0.07 1.1 0.8-1.6 0.03
   Attention problems 1.7 1.3-2.2 0.04 1.4 0.9-2.1 0.04 2.0 1.4-2.8 0.05
   Conduct problems 2.6 1.9-3.6 0.06 2.7 1.8-2.2 0.09 2.4 1.4-4.3 0.04
   Pain and tension problems 1.5 1.2-2.0 0.04 1.9 1.2-2.3 0.06 1.4 1.0-2.1 0.03
   Early alcohol intoxication 5.9 4.5-7.8 0.16 4.7 3.2-7.0 0.15 7.7 5.2-11.5 0.18
Full model log.reg          
   Anxiety/depressive symptoms 1.0 0.8-1.6   2.1 1.3-3.6   0.8 0.5-1.3  
   Attention problems 1.1 0.8-1.5   0.7 0.4-1.2   1.4 0.9-2.2  
   Conduct problems 1.9 1.4-2.8   2.1 1.3-3.3   1.4 0.7-2.7  
   Pain and tension problems 1.1 0.8-1.5   1.1 0.6-1.8   1.1 0.7-1.7  
   Early alcohol intoxication 5.5 4.1-7.4   4.5 2.-6.9   7.3 4.7-11.4  
    0.17    0.19    0.19
  1. Bivariate analyzes first, then all variables entered in the same model.
  2. * Behavioural- or health problems refers to baseline self reported problem.
  3. **Nagelkerkes R Square