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Table 3 Odds ratios (OR) and respective 95% confidence intervals (95%CI) for disability, considering participants with any 12-month mental disorder, based on the interaction terms with education, employment status, self-perceived financial deprivation and subjective social status

From: The effect of socioeconomic position in the experience of disability among people with mental disorders: findings from the World Mental Health Survey Initiative Portugal

Interaction Effects OR (95% CI)
Presence of any mental disorder * Education
 No education 1.81 (0.57–5.82)
 4 years 1.58 (0.65–3.84)
 9 years 1.32 (0.76–2.29)
 12 years 1.19 (0.85–1.68)
 17 years Ref.
Presence of any mental disorder * Employment status
 Working or students Ref.
 Unemployed 1.87 (0.78–4.53)
 Retired or others 2.19 (1.06–4.48) *
Presence of any mental disorder * Financial deprivation
 No Ref.
 Yes 2.36 (1.31–4.24) *
Presence of any mental disorder * Subjective social status
 High Ref.
 Low 1.45 (0.81, 2.60)
  1. Odds ratio estimates obtained from four multivariate logistic regression models
  2. All models adjusted for gender, age and presence of any physical disorder
  3. Part II weight
  4. * p < 0.05