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Table 6 Binary logistic regression, final outcome for forward stepwise analyses made in 9 steps with sex as self-injury (SASI) as dependent variable

From: Self-reported frequency of sex as self-injury (SASI) in a national study of Swedish adolescents and association to sociodemographic factors, sexual behaviors, abuse and mental health

  B S.E. Wald p value aOR 95% CI
Selling sex 1.61 .47 12.0 .001 5.00 2.01–12.42
Any sexual abuse 1.12 .29 14.6 <.001 3.06 1.72–5.44
Penetrative sexual abuse 1.26 .27 21.4 <.001 3.52 2.06–6.00
Physical abuse .68 .24 7.9 .005 1.97 1.23–3.17
TSCC depression .06 .03 3.5 .060 1.06 1.00–1.12
TSCC dissociation .07 .03 7.1 .008 1.08 1.02–1.13
Healthcare for depression/anxiety .64 .25 6.7 .010 1.90 1.17–3.10
Healthcare for eating disorders .76 .28 7.4 .006 2.15 1.24–3.71
Non suicidal self-injury .66 .25 6.8 .009 1.94 1.18–3.19
  1. Cox & Snell R2 .071
  2. Nagelkerke R2 .370