Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2012 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Association of Perceived Stress with Stressful Life Events, Lifestyle and Sociodemographic Factors: A Large-Scale Community-Based Study Using Logistic Quantile Regression

Figure 1

Estimates (solid lines) and the 95 % confidence bands for the regression coefficients associated with continues and each levels of categorical covariates for considered quantiles of perceived stress, . [Smoking behavior; Smoker0 = smoker], [Marital status: married0 = married], [Place of residence: urban0 = urban], [Income levels: income0 = income >500, income2 = income 100–300, income3 = income 300–500], [Age categories: age1 = age>50 years, age2 = age: 30–50], [Educational levels:education0 = education >12 years, education2 = 1–8,education3 = 9–12], [Job type: job1 = housewife, job2 = manual, job3 = non-manual], [Physical activity: total daily P.A1 = > q66,total daily P.A2 = q33–q66].
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