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Table 4 Relationship between lifetime mental disorders and perceived social support among married and single samples

From: The association of mental disorders with perceived social support, and the role of marital status: results from a national cross-sectional survey

  Bivariate Multivariableb
β 95% CI P β 95% CI P
  Lower Upper    Lower Upper  
Associations among Married sample
 MDD −0.333 −0.583 −0.083 0.009 −0.505 −0.764 − 0.246 < 0.001
 BD −0.077 − 0.400 0.246 0.641 −0.135 − 0.491 0.221 0.457
 GAD −0.231 −0.591 0.128 0.208 −0.350 −0.707 0.008 0.055
 OCD −0.161 −0.393 0.070 0.172 −0.219 −0.467 0.029 0.083
 AUD −0.097 −0.342 0.148 0.440 −0.078 −0.332 0.176 0.548
 Any mental disordera −0.160 −0.300 − 0.020 0.025 − 0.248 −0.397 − 0.099 0.001
Associations among Single sample
 MDD −0.377 −0.596 − 0.159 0.001 − 0.437 −0.664 − 0.210 < 0.001
 BD −0.499 − 0.934 − 0.064 0.025 − 0.399 −0.817 0.018 0.061
 GAD −0.488 −0.766 − 0.21 0.001 − 0.464 −0.758 − 0.169 0.002
 OCD −0.411 −0.665 − 0.157 0.002 − 0.498 −0.753 − 0.243 < 0.001
 AUD −0.055 − 0.329 0.220 0.696 −0.013 − 0.268 0.242 0.922
 Any mental disordera −0.300 −0.458 − 0.142 < 0.001 − 0.346 −0.507 − 0.184 < 0.001
  1. aany of the mental disorders covered in the study (MDD, BD, GAD, OCD or AUD)
  2. bGeneralized linear regression models adjusted for socio-demographic characteristics (age, gender, ethnicity, education, employment, income) and having any chronic physical illness