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Table 4 Logistic regression models: contextual factors and mental health (n = 147)

From: Perceived impact of contextual determinants on depression, anxiety and stress: a survey with university students

 Adjusted odds ratio (95% CI)Z, p valueModel statistics
Moderate/severe depressionan = 147
Log likelihood: − 79.15
p < 0.001
R2 = 20%
Hosmer–Lemeshow p = 0.40
Mean VIF = 1.16
 GPA2.46 (1.017–5.97)2.0, 0.046
 Self-rated health0.34 (0.14–0.82)− 2.41, 0.016
 Family factors3.46 (1.50–7.94)2.92, 0.003
 Social factors3.24 (1.30–8.1)2.52, 0.012
 Political factors0.40 (0.16–0.97)− 2.03, 0.042
Moderate/severe anxietybn = 147
Log likelihood: − 71.71
p < 0.001
R2 = 11%
Hosmer–Lemeshow p = 0.90
Mean VIF = 1.15
 Age 25 years and over0.33 (0.11–0.98)− 1.99, 0.047
 Family factors2.79 (1.09–7.18)2.13, 0.033
 Socioeconomic factors2.59 (1.05–6.42)2.06, 0.04
Moderate/high stresscn = 147
Log likelihood: − 65.17
p < 0.001
R2 = 11%
Hosmer–Lemeshow p = 0.76
Mean VIF = 1.03
 GPA2.41 (1.01–5.75)1.98, 0.047
 Social factors3.87 (1.59–9.43)2.98, 0.003
  1. aVersus ‘no/mild depression’ with PHQ9 scores 0–9
  2. bVersus ‘minimal/mild anxiety’ with BAI-21 score 0–18
  3. cVersus ‘low stress’ with PSS score 0–13