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Table 4 The association between CBCS and cognitive function

From: The evolution trend of availability of China’s community-based care services and its impact on the cognitive function of elderly people: 2008-2018

Variable Model 1 Model 2
B S.E. 95% CI B S.E. 95% CI
Age -0.244*** 0.006 [-0.256, -0.233] -0.249*** 0.006 [-0.261, -0.238]
Gender 1.288*** 0.139 [1.016, 1.561] 1.298*** 0.139 [1.026, 1.570]
Education (years) 0.228*** 0.017 [0.195, 0.261] 0.223*** 0.017 [0.190, 0.256]
Marital status 0.830*** 0.122 [0.591, 1.069] 0.802*** 0.121 [0.564, 1.040]
ADL -1.399*** 0.020 [-1.438, -1.359] -1.412*** 0.020 [-1.451, -1.373]
Sufficient financial support for daily expenses 1.031*** 0.105 [0.826, 1.236] 0.931*** 0.104 [0.726, 1.136]
Residence -0.875*** 0.090 [-1.052, -0.698] -0.760*** 0.090 [-0.937, -0.583]
Smoked 0.017 0.137 [-0.251, 0.285] -0.017 0.136 [-0.285, 0.250]
Consumed alcohol -0.136 0.131 [-0.393, 0.122] -0.151 0.131 [-0.408, 0.106]
Exercised 0.700*** 0.114 [0.476, 0.924] 0.688*** 0.114 [0.464, 0.912]
Living alone 0.825*** 0.127 [0.577, 1.074] 0.825*** 0.126 [0.578, 1.073]
Daily life support     0.137 0.152 [-0.161, 0.435]
Emotional comfort and entertainment services     0.331** 0.123 [0.090, 0.572]
Medical support and health services     1.041*** 0.096 [0.854, 1.228]
Goodness of fit
 Log likelihood -78510.841 -78416.077
 AIC 157051.7 156868.2
 BIC 157172.9 157013.7
 Number of observations 23937 23937
 Number of individuals 8421 8421
  1. *** p < 0.001, ** p < 0.01, * p < 0.05