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Table 2 Results of the logistic regression model, nicotine dependence and ERI (N = 197).

From: The influence of occupational stress factors on the nicotine dependence: a cross sectional study

Independent variable Beta SC SD p-value OR 95% CI
       lower limit higher limit
Sex (female/male*) -0.460 1.567 .368 .211 0.631 0.307 1.298
Age (> 53/< 53*) -0.443 1.735 .337 .188 0.642 0.332 1.241
Family status (married/not married*) -0.727 3.980 .364 .046 0.483 0.237 0.987
Religion (religious/not religious*) -0.755 4.681 .349 .030 0.470 0.237 0.931
Level of education (high/low*) -0.896 5.544 .381 .019 0.408 0.193 0.861
Residence (city/country*) 0.475 1.947 .341 .163 1.609 0.825 3.137
ERI (no effort-reward imbalance/effort-reward imbalance*) 0.822 3.572 .435 .059 0.439 0.187 1.031
Cox and Snell pseudo-R2 = .109
Nagelkerke pseudo-R2 = .151
Mc Fadden pseudo-R2 = .10
  1. Note: * = reference group, Beta = regression coefficient, SC = standardized effect coefficient, SD = standard deviation, CI = 95% confidence interval