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Research Article

Personality Profiles Identify Depressive Symptoms over Ten Years? A Population-Based Study

Table 4

Regression coefficients of persistence predicting depressive symptoms.

BDI_M 1997BDI_M 2001BDI_M 2007BDI-II 2007
(SE) Δ (SE) Δ (SE) Δ (SE) Δ

Step 1
Persistence−.11 (.04).010.004−.01 (.05).881.000.01 (.05).766.000.36 (.32).261.001
Step 2
Persistence.07 (.04).042.001.07 (.04).065.002.66 (.29).023.003

Δ = change in compared to the model with only control variables.
Step 1 = effect of persistence when sex and birth year were controlled. Step 2 = effect of persistence when sex, birth year, and mild depressive symptoms in 1997 were controlled.
BDI_M = mild depressive symptoms (see Section 2).
BDI-II = depressive symptoms measured by BDI-II.

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