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Table 3 Adjusted odds ratios of being a victim for several subjective health complaints and psychiatric morbidity in adolescents 16–18 years old attending senior high schools in Greece (N = 2427)

From: The association between bullying-related behaviours and subjective health complaints in late adolescence: cross-sectional study in Greece

  Victims (Bullied by others at least weekly)
OR (95% CI)
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
  Adjusted for gender and age Adjusted for all sociodemographic factors1 Adjusted for sociodemographic factors and psychiatric morbidity
Subjective health complaints    
 Backache 3.94 (1.32–1.72) 3.62 (1.63-8.03) 1.92 (1.01-3.67)
 Headache 1.89 (0.91-3.91) 1.87 (0.86-4.10) 0.68 (0.27-1.71)
 Abdominal pain 4.66 (1.15-18.95) 3.91 (1.62-9.40) 1.42 (0.62-3.24)
 Dizziness 8.59 (2.23-33.13) 7.01 (2.90-16.92) 2.83 (1.11 -7.22)
 Fatigue 1.42 (0.71-2.84) 1.35 (0.70-2.62) 0.41 (0.19-0.86)
 Sleep problems 3.12 (1.30-7.52) 3.02 (1.43-6.38) 1..69 (0.75-3.80)
Psychiatric symptoms as assessed by the CIS-R - - 1.06 (1.01 -1.10)
  1. 1Sociodemographic factors included own age, parent’s age, gender, parent’s marital status, number of brothers and sisters, mother’s educational status, father’s educational status, mother’s employment status, and father’s employment status.
  2. OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence Interval, CIS-R score on the revised Interview Schedule.
  3. Figures in bold statistically significant at p<0.05.