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Table 4 Results of a logistic regression of predictors of life dissatisfaction and feelings of depression (n = 1644)

From: Mental health inequalities in Slovenian 15-year-old adolescents explained by personal social position and family socioeconomic status

Variable Comparison MODEL 1: Low life satisfaction* MODEL 2: Feelings of depression: yes**
   Odds ratio (95% CI) P > |z| Odds ratio (95% CI) P > |z|
Gender Girl vs. boy 1.55 (1.12–2.15) 0.008 2.57 (2.04–3.24) < 0.001
Family type Single-parent vs. classic 1.46 (0.97–2.21) 0.072 1.02 (0.73–1.42) 0.896
Reconstituted vs. classic 1.02 (0.56–1.86) 0.943 1.25 (0.82–1.92) 0.301
Perceived material welfare Fine vs. very good 1.31 (0.79–2.17) 0.290 1.10 (0.80–1.51) 0.569
Average vs. very good 1.78 (1.07–2.97) 0.027 1.07 (0.76–1.50) 0.708
Bad/worse vs. very good 4.12 (2.28–7.47) <0.001 1.30 (0.81–2.07) 0.275
Number of friends (both sexes) None vs. 3+ 1.66 (0.39–7.16) 0.496 1.94 (0.59–6.44) 0.277
1-2 vs. 3+ 1.14 (0.73–1.79) 0.556 0.88 (0.63–1.24) 0.475
School type Technical vs. gymnasiums 1.260 (0.89–1.79) 0.190 1.22 (0.96–1.56) 0.106
Industrials vs. gymnasiums 2.26 (1.47–3.49) <0.001 1.14 (0.81–1.59) 0.456
Parents’ occupation Only one employed vs. both employed 1.01 (0.71–1.46) 0.937 0.90 (0.68–1.18) 0.440
Both unemployed vs. both employed 0.52 (0.21–1.32) 0.170 1.39 (0.75–2.59) 0.299
FAS Low vs. high 1.39 (0.88–2.20) 0.160 1.15 (0.82–1.61) 0.427
  Middle vs. high 1.10 (0.75–1.62) 0.614 1.09 (0.85–1.41) 0.496
  1. *n = 1644, p = 0.222, R2 = 0.126, AUC = 0.75.
  2. **n = 1644, p = 0.227, R2 = 0.086, AUC = 0.69.