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Table 5 Odds ratios (95% Confidence Intervals) of the association between validating covariates and latent class membership relative to the Languishing subgroup (Class 1)

From: Well-being profiles in adolescence: psychometric properties and latent profile analysis of the mental health continuum model – a methodological study

 Emotionally Vulnerable (Class 3) OR [95% CI]Moderate Mental Health (Class 2) OR [95% CI]Flourishing (Class 4) OR [95% CI]
Age1.03 [.84–1.27].94 [.84–1.05].75 [.65–.86]
Gender1.93 [.37–2.34].37 [.22–.63].52 [.28–.95]
Performance in school2.91 [.44–1.88]1.69 [1.16–2.46]2.55 [1.61–4.02]
Family wealth3.94 [.46–1.94]1.20 [.85–1.69]1.68 [1.10–2.58]
Loneliness4.83 [.51–1.35].39 [.28–.54].16 [.10–.28]
Emotional symptoms5.94 [.78–1.13].95 [.84–1.07].74 [.62–.88]
Conduct problems51.17 [.88–1.55]1.12 [.94–1.33]1.09 [.87–1.37]
Hyperactivity5.91 [.74–1.13].95 [.84–1.09].91 [.77–1.06]
Peer problems5.84 [.67–1.05].81 [.71–.92].66 [.55–.80]
Prosocial behavior51.91 [1.47–2.47]1.36 [1.17–1.57]2.13 [1.73–2.62]
  1. Odds ratios presented in bold are significant at least p < .05 level. 1 Gender: 1 = Boys, 2 = Girls; 2 Performance in school: ordinal scale from 1 (among students with below average performance) to 4 (among students with the best performance); 3 Family wealth: ordinal scale from 1 (not wealthy at all) to 5 (very wealthy); 4 Frequency of loneliness: ordinal scale from 1 (no, never) to 4 (very often); 5 Subscales of the Strength and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ)