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Research Article

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms, Comorbidities, Substance Use, and Social Outcomes among Men and Women in a Canadian Sample

Table 2

Odds ratios (ORs) and confidence intervals (CIs) for positive ADHD symptoms by sociodemographic variables for men and women.

VariablesMenWomen
OR95% CIOR95% CI

Age
 18–24 (ref.)
 25–440.180.06–0.530.130.02–0.64
 45–640.860.36–2.03NS0.120.03–0.40
 ≥650.830.47–1.47NS0.510.28–0.95
Marital status
 Married (ref.)
 Wid./div./sep.2.200.84–5.77NS1.910.96–3.79NS
 Never married1.120.44–2.80NS1.410.73–2.74NS
Education
 <high school (ref.)
 High school compl.0.590.33–1.04NS0.550.28–1.06NS
 Some after sec.2.11.15–3.650.930.52–1.66NS
 University degree0.880.48–1.59NS0.510.31–0.83
Employment
 Unemployed (ref.)
 Full time0.820.41–1.67NS0.570.33–0.98
 Part time2.170.94–4.99NS0.910.46–1.78NS

NS: not significant, , , and .

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