Table 3: Multivariate analyses associations between economic, physical, and psychological abuse and suicide attempt and psychosocial stress.

Model variablesSuicide attemptPsychosocial stress
Model Model Model Model Model Model
Crude
OR (95% CI)
Adjusted
OR (95% CI)
Adjusted
OR (95% CI)
Crude
OR (95% CI)
Adjusted OR
(95% CI)
Adjusted
OR (95% CI)

Economic abuse (individual variables)
Not allowed to engage in legitimate work
 No111111
 Yes1.52 (1.09–2.10)1.14 (0.79–1.63)1.14 (0.79–1.63)0.79 (0.65–0.97)0.65 (0.53–0.81)0.65 (0.52–0.81)
Spouse controlled money or forced her to work
 No111111
 Yes4.49 (2.96–6.80)1.84 (1.13–2.99)1.74 (1.06–2.86)2.95 (2.02–4.32)1.59 (1.04–2.43)1.49 (0.97–2.29)
Destroyed personal property/pet or threaten to harm pet
 No111111
 Yes3.43 (2.35–5.02)1.44 (0.93–2.25)1.31 (0.84–2.06)2.93 (2.14–4.03)1.69 (1.19–2.40)1.59 (1.12–2.26)
Ever lost job/source of income because of husband
 No111111
 Yes3.01 (1.95–4.65)2.00 (1.24–3.23)1.91 (1.18–3.08)2.34 (1.65–3.32)2.16 (1.49–3.13)2.15 (1.47–3.13)
Physical IPV
No111111
Yes3.45 (2.57–4.65)1.97 (1.39–2.80)1.91 (1.34–2.71)2.59 (2.12–3.15)1.80 (1.45–2.24)1.81 (1.45–2.26)
Psychological IPV
No111111
Yes3.67 (2.73–4.94)2.19 (1.54–3.11)2.02 (1.42–2.88)2.60 (2.13–3.16)1.84 (1.47–2.29)1.75 (1.40–2.19)
Educational level
No education0.69 (0.19–2.46)
Primary1.39 (0.97–1.98)
Secondary or higher1
Current working status
Unemployed0.63 (0.46–0.86)0.81 (0.68–0.96)
Employed11
Wealth index
Poorest quintile1.98 (0.93–4.22)1.15 (0.83–1.58)
2nd poorest quintile2.15 (1.03–4.48)1.06 (0.78–1.45)
Middle quintile 2.21 (1.06–4.62)0.89 (0.65–1.21)
2nd richest quintile 1.81 (0.84–3.92)1.19 (0.86–1.65)
Richest quintile11
Marital status
Never/formerly married1
Currently married1.54 (0.81–2.95)
Place of residence
Urban111
Rural1.24 (0.88–1.73)1.32 (1.09–1.58)
Controlling behaviour 1
Yes1.66 (1.11–2.49)1.43 (1.19–1.72)
No11

Note: OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval; crude associations between outcomes and main exposure variables; adjusted associations between outcomes and main exposure variables; adjusted associations including sociodemographic confounders.