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Table 3 Adjusted odds ratios for repeat offending according to psychiatric disorder

From: Prevalence of psychiatric disorders, comorbidity patterns, and repeat offending among male juvenile detainees in South Korea: a cross-sectional study

Diagnosis Repeat offending
OR (95% CI) p value AORa (95% CI) p value
1 psychiatric disorder 1.47 (0.33–6.52) 0.615 1.56 (0.34–7.05) 0.566
2 psychiatric disorders 10.67 (1.81–15.28) 0.009 13.50 (1.32–19.14) 0.008
3 or more psychiatric disorders 1.17 (0.45–3.04) 0.749 1.04 (0.39–2.73) 0.942
DBDs 2.48 (0.94–6.54) 0.066 2.63 (0.98–7.05) 0.055
 CD 1.18 (0.70–4.81) 0.218 0.188 (0.71–4.99) 0.206
 ODD 0.72 (0.15–3.49) 0.681 0.74 (0.15–3.66) 0.711
 ADHD 1.20 (0.43–3.35) 0.722 1.20 (0.43–3.38) 0.727
AUD 3.39 (1.22–9.42) 0.019 3.43 (1.22–9.62) 0.019
Psychotic disorder 1.06 (0.22–4.97) 0.946 0.88 (0.18–4.30) 0.877
Any anxiety disorder 0.95 (0.32–2.81) 0.925 0.87 (0.29–2.62) 0.804
 PTSD 2.08 (0.22–19.67) 0.522 2.71 (0.26–28.43) 0.406
Major depression 0.76 (0.23–2.48) 0.651 0.69 (0.21–2.31) 0.551
 Mania 1.27 (0.45–3.57) 0.647 1.65 (0.57–4.78) 0.356
 Hypomania 1.06 (0.33–3.41) 0.925 1.00 (0.30–3.25) 0.993
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, AOR adjusted odds ratio, DBD disruptive behavior disorder, CD conduct disorder, ODD oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, AUD alcohol use disorder, PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder
  2. aAdjusted for school drop-out