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Table 2 Results of the binary regression models that regressed hunger status on social support factors (low versus medium/high) and control variables, among youth in Canada in gender-specific analyses. The point estimates are adjusted odds ratios and the intervals show 95% confidence intervals

From: Does social support moderate the association between hunger and mental health in youth? A gender-specific investigation from the Canadian Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study

  Friend support Family support Teacher support School Climate Neighborhood support
Females
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5
Support
 Low (Reference)
  Middle 0.783** 0.566*** 0.542*** 0.569*** 0.641***
(0.653–0.938) (0.456–0.703) (0.427–0.687) (0.461–0.703) (0.512–0.803)
  High 0.752** 0.299*** 0.320*** 0.384*** 0.338***
(0.630–0.897) (0.220–0.407) (0.251–0.410) (0.298–0.493) (0.263–0.434)
Males
Model 6 Model 7 Model 8 Model 9 Model 10
Support
 Low (Reference)
  Middle 0.867 0.571*** 0.659*** 0.679*** 0.830
(0.700–1.075) (0.467–0.697) (0.527–0.824) (0.549–0.839) (0.668–1.031)
  High 0.752* 0.328*** 0.524*** 0.500*** 0.566***
(0.587–0.963) (0.264–0.406) (0.424–0.647) (0.405–0.617) (0.454–0.705)
  1. *** p < 0.001, ** p < 0.01, * p < 0.05
  2. Control variables (not shown): grade, race, socioeconomic status, urban status