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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

The risk of suicide attempt in the past year among South Korean-family adolescents (N=1,212)

Variable Suicide attempt Unadjusted odds ratio (95% CI) Adjusted odds ratio* (95% CI)

Yes, N (%) No, N (%)
School year 32 (2.64) 1,180 (97.36) 0.97 (0.78-1.20) 0.98 (0.71-1.36)
Sex
 Male (ref) 9 (0.74) 723 (59.65)
 Female 23 (1.90) 457 (37.71) 4.04 (1.85-8.81) 3.76 (1.35-10.49)
Place of residence
 Rural (ref) 1 (0.08) 86 (7.1)
 Small or mid-sized city 20 (1.65) 565 (46.62) 3.04 (0.4-22.95) 1.93 (0.2-18.24)
 Large city 11 (0.91) 529 (43.65) 1.79 (0.23-14.01) 2.08 (0.21 -20.18)
Father’s education
 College degree or more (ref) 17 (1.40) 575 (47.44)
 High school diploma or less 8 (0.66) 393 (32.43) 0.69 (0.29-1.61) 0.49 (0.14-1.72)
Mother’s education
 College degree or more (ref) 12 (0.99) 486 (40.1)
 High school diploma or less 13 (1.07) 481 (39.69) 1.10 (0.49-2.42) 1.13 (0.36-3.55)
Household type
 Nuclear family (ref) 32 (2.64) 1,135 (93.65)
 Other relatives 0 (0) 8 (0.66)
 Friends, alone, or dormitory 0 (0) 35 (2.89)
 Facility 0 (0) 2 (0.17)
Socioeconomic status
 High 5 (0.41) 99 (8.17) 2.39 (0.89-6.46) 4.25 (1.1515.72)
 Middle (ref) 22 (1.82) 1,043 (86.06)
 Low 5 (0.41) 38 (3.14) 6.24 (2.24-17.36) 5.26 (0.87-31.86)
Academic achievement
 High 6 (0.50) 143 (11.8) 1.79 (0.71-4.52) 1.46 (0.38-5.56)
 Middle (ref) 21 (1.73) 897 (74.01)
 Low 5 (0.41) 140 (11.55) 1.53 (0.57-4.11) 0.75 (0.16-3.59)
 Alcohol use 25 (2.06) 522 (43.07) 4.50 (1.93-10.49) 4.89 (1.39- 17.27)
 Tobacco use 14 (1.16) 213 (17.57) 3.5 (1.73-7.21) 1.56 (0.54-4.53)
Perceived health
 Not healthy (ref) 4 (0.33) 58 (4.79)
 Healthy 28 (2.31) 1,122 (92.57) 0.36 (0.12-1.07) 1.47 (0.22-9.72)
Sleep satisfaction
 Not healthy (ref) 17 (1.40) 487 (40.18)
 Healthy 15 (1.24) 693 (57.18) 0.62 (0.31-1.25) 1.14 (0.42-3.09)
 Depressive mood 24 (1.98) 316 (26.07) 8.20 (3.65-18.45) 6.85 (2.28-20.58)

adjusted for the effects of school year, sex, place of residence, father’s education, mother’s education, household type, socioeconomic status, academic achievement, alcohol use, tobacco use, family type, perceived health, sleep satisfaction, and depressive symptoms,

p<0.05,

p <0.01

J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2020;31:33-40 https://doi.org/10.5765/jkacap.190035
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