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Table 2 Association of lifetime mental disorders with Total Positive Mental Health

From: Understanding the relationships between mental disorders, self-reported health outcomes and positive mental health: findings from a national survey

 DistributionTotal Positive Mental HealthBivariate analysisMultivariable analysisa
 n%MeanSDβ95% CIPβ95% CIP
     LowerUpper  LowerUpper 
Any mental disorder
 Yes31914.84.230.66−0.265−0.375− 0.154< 0.001− 0.233− 0.337− 0.129< 0.001
 No195185.24.500.67REF   REF   
Major depressive disorder
 Yes1316.64.220.60−0.257−0.409− 0.1040.001− 0.232− 0.376− 0.0880.002
 No213993.44.480.68REF   REF   
Bipolar disorder
 Yes321.83.920.77−0.553−0.968−0.1380.009−0.414−0.755− 0.0730.017
 No223898.24.470.67REF   REF   
Generalised anxiety disorder
 Yes472.14.120.67−0.346−0.609−0.0830.0100−0.319−0.557− 0.0820.008
 No222397.94.470.68REF   REF   
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
 Yes924.44.050.70−0.433−0.634−0.231< 0.001−0.354− 0.526− 0.183< 0.001
 No217895.64.480.67REF   REF   
Alcohol use disorders
 Yes904.64.310.55−0.154−0.3420.0330.107−0.086− 0.2740.1020.371
 No218095.44.470.68REF   REF   
  1. a General linear regression models adjusted for socio-demographic characteristics (as described in Table 1) and history of any chronic physical condition (Y/N)