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Table 2 Logistic regression analyses: attributable risks of sexual violence on psychosocial outcomes adjusted for age and duration in captivity

From: The effects of sexual violence on psychosocial outcomes in formerly abducted girls in Northern Uganda: the WAYS study

Psychosocial outcomes Participants No sexual violence, no children Sexual violence with no children Sexual violence with children Sexual violence with no children Sexual violence with children
   Reference OR: (95 % CI) OR: (95 % CI) Reference OR: (95 % CI)
Depression/anxiety 210 1.00 2.23 (1.22 – 4.05) 5.37 (1.45–19.90) 1.00 1.53 (1.21–1.85)
Psychotic symptoms 210 1.00 1.38 (0.78–2.47) 1.40 (0.41–3.21) 1.00 1.17 (0.87–1.58)
Conduct problems 210 1.00 1.33 (0.72–2.48) 1.37 (0.37–2.17) 1.00 1.13 (0.82–1.56)
Somatic complaints 210 1.00 2.01 (1.13–3.57) 6.59 (1.80–24.11) 1.00 1.55 (1.14–2.09)
Stigma/discrimination 210 1.00 3.90 (2.14–7.12) 13.85 (3.73–51.42) 1.00 1.90 (1.39–2.61)
Community relations 210 1.00 2.16 (1.21–3.86) 4.37 (1.26–11.10) 1.00 1.49 (1.19–1.79)
Daily functioning 210 1.00 2.00 (1.12–3.56) 4.02 (1.24–13.02) 1.00 1.47 (1.17–1.77)
  1. OR Odds Ratio, CI Confidence Intervals