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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

  Distribution Total Positive Mental Health Bivariate analysis Multivariable analysisa
  n % Mean SD β 95% CI P β 95% CI P
      Lower Upper    Lower Upper  
Any mental disorder
 Yes 319 14.8 4.23 0.66 −0.265 −0.375 − 0.154 < 0.001 − 0.233 − 0.337 − 0.129 < 0.001
 No 1951 85.2 4.50 0.67 REF     REF    
Major depressive disorder
 Yes 131 6.6 4.22 0.60 −0.257 −0.409 − 0.104 0.001 − 0.232 − 0.376 − 0.088 0.002
 No 2139 93.4 4.48 0.68 REF     REF    
Bipolar disorder
 Yes 32 1.8 3.92 0.77 −0.553 −0.968 −0.138 0.009 −0.414 −0.755 − 0.073 0.017
 No 2238 98.2 4.47 0.67 REF     REF    
Generalised anxiety disorder
 Yes 47 2.1 4.12 0.67 −0.346 −0.609 −0.083 0.0100 −0.319 −0.557 − 0.082 0.008
 No 2223 97.9 4.47 0.68 REF     REF    
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
 Yes 92 4.4 4.05 0.70 −0.433 −0.634 −0.231 < 0.001 −0.354 − 0.526 − 0.183 < 0.001
 No 2178 95.6 4.48 0.67 REF     REF    
Alcohol use disorders
 Yes 90 4.6 4.31 0.55 −0.154 −0.342 0.033 0.107 −0.086 − 0.274 0.102 0.371
 No 2180 95.4 4.47 0.68 REF     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)