Table 3: Results of logistic regression analyses predicting death at 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 waves based on depressive symptoms and incidence of cognitive decline.

Predicting death in 2002Predicting death in 2004
SEWaldExp( ) 95% CI SEWaldExp( ) 95% CI

2000 CVB.54.1126.83ψ1.40–2.112002 CVB.43.1211.97ψ1.21–1.97
2000 CESD.08.043.90*1.00–1.182002 CESD.17.0513.71ψ1.09–1.31
1998–2000 TICS >1SD.40.232.92§.94–2.332000–2002 TICS >1SD.76.278.11+1.27–3.61
Constant−2.49.18183.52ψConstant−2.68.22146.83ψ

Predicting death in 2006Predicting death in 2008
BSEWaldExp( ) 95% CIBSEWaldExp( ) 95% CI

2004 CVB.22.142.61.95–1.642006 CVB.44.176.93+1.12–2.16
2004 CESD.03.060.29.92–1.152006 CESD.07.071.090.94–1.22
2002–2004 TICS > 1SD.39.341.36.77–2.852004–2006 TICS > 1SD1.12.436.86+1.33–7.06
Constant−1.79.2264.51Constant−2.15.3050.13ψ

Note. CVB: cerebrovascular burden. CESD: Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale. TICS: Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status. TICS Drop reflects incidence of decline on TICS score greater than 6 points between waves as indicated.
§ , * . + , ψ , df = 1 for all comparisons.