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Table 2 Univariate and multivariate logistical regression analyses of correlates of depression

From: Prevalence of depression and its correlative factors among female adolescents in China during the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak

Variables Univariate analyses Multivariate analyses
OR(95%CI) p value OR(95%CI) p value
Age, 15–18 vs 11–14 1.936 (1.718–2.182) < 0.001* 1.755 (1.550–1.987) < 0.001*
Participating in distant learning, yes vs no 0.530 (0.425–0.660) < 0.001* 0.710 (0.564–0.894) 0.004*
Study duration/day, ≥4 h vs < 4 h 0.891 (0.786–1.008) 0.067 0.949 (0.833–1.080) 0.425
Parents as frontline workers, yes vs no 1.103 (0.899–1.354) 0.345 1.108 (0.897–1.370) 0.341
Having infected acquaintances, yes vs no 1.106 (0.804–1.523) 0.536 1.028 (0.740–1.429) 0.869
No. of infected patients at living province, ≥1000 vs < 1000 0.828 (0.705–0.971) 0.020* 0.881 (0.747–1.038) 0.131
Concerned about COVID-19, yes vs no 0.349 (0.182–0.670) 0.002* 0.414 (0.212–0.811) 0.010*
Sleep duration/day, < 6 h vs ≥6 h 2.947 (2.218–3.915) < 0.001* 2.603 (1.946–3.483) < 0.001*
Physical exercise duration/day, < 30 min vs ≥30 min 1.763 (1.569–1.982) < 0.001* 1.641 (1.455–1.850) < 0.001*
Dorm residence, yes vs no 1.180 (0.987–1.411) 0.070 1.169 (0.972–1.405) 0.098
  1. * Statistically significant