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Table 3 Odds ratios of outpatient mental care for anxiety and depression (2001-01-01-2006-12-31) of the child by category of gender (in)equality of the parents; crude and fully adjusted results, by sex and in total; 95% CI

From: Could gender equality in parental leave harm off-springs' mental health? a registry study of the Swedish parental/child cohort of 1988/89

  Odds ratios Crude Boys n:54 282 Odds ratios Crude Girls n:51 504 Odds ratios Crude Both N:105 786 Odds ratios Adjusted* Boys n:50 859 Odds ratios Adjusted* Girls n:48 254 Odds ratios Adjusted* Both N:99 113
Anxiety outpatient mental care       
Very traditional 0.73 1.49 1.12 0.69 1.48 1.07
  (0.45-1.19) (0.93-2.38) (0.80-1.57) (0.42-1.13) (0.90-2.45) (0.75-1.52)
Rather traditional 0.69 1.52 1.12 0.67 1.66 1.14
  (0.39-1.22) (0.92-2.54) (0.77-1.62) (0.37-1.19) (0.97-2.83) (0.78-1.68)
Equal 1 1 1 1 1 1
Untraditional 0.79 1.52 1.18 0.62 1.27 0.95
  (0.36-1.74) (0.81-2.88) (0.72-1.91) (0.25-1.50) (0.61-2.63) (0.55-1.65)
Depression outpatient mental care       
Very traditional 0.57 0.84 0.74 0.57 0.83 0.74
  (0.34-0.96) (0.56-1.24) (0.54-1.02) (0.33-0.98) (0.55-1.25) (0.53-1.03)
Rather traditional 0.62 0.90 0.80 0.67 0.94 0.84
  (0.34-1.16) (0.58-1.41) (0.56-1.15) (0.35-1.26) (0.59-1.50) (0.58-1.23)
Equal 1 1 1 1 1 1
Untraditional 1.08 0.79 0.90 0.98 0.83 0.89
  (0.50-2.32) (0.42-1.49) (0.56-1.46) (0.42-2.29) (0.43-1.63) (0.53-1.51)
  1. *) Adjusted for: parents' total amount of parental leave, age, country of birth, living together or not, getting a second child during exposure period, parents' income and educational level, and parents' institutional care for psychosis, anxiety, depression, and alcohol abuse