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Table 4 Predictors of physical and mental health among ever-married participants

From: Intimate partner violence and physical and mental health among women utilizing community health services in Gujarat, India

Dependent variables Physical healtha p-value Mental healtha p-value Social healtha p-value Self-esteema p-value
β   β   β   β
Independent variables         
IPV -15.20 <0.01 -12.82 <0.01 -9.35 <0.05 -10.97 <0.01
Age -0.20 N.S. 0.27 N.S. 0.60 N.S. 0.30 N.S.
Education – secondary or higher 3.53 N.S. -6.00 N.S. 0.25 N.S. 0.70 N.S.
Employed 2.70 N.S. 0.19 N.S. 3.55 N.S. 3.38 N.S.
Length of marriage -0.23 N.S. -0.27 N.S. -0.10 N.S. 0.23 N.S.
Number of children 1.03 N.S. -1.33 N.S. -3.00 N.S. -2.52 N.S.
Income per person 0.001 N.S. 0.000 N.S. -0.001 N.S. 0.000 N.S.
Caste – general (highest) 11.0 N.S. 4.94 N.S. 10.52 <0.05 7.14 N.S.
Living in Pakka house 0.15 N.S. 3.22 N.S. -2.38 N.S. 4.50 N.S.
Living in urban area 9.33 N.S. 2.09 N.S. 7.04 N.S. 5.65 N.S.
R 2 0.15   0.16   0.17   0.20  
F 2.02   2.01   2.17   2.59  
P-value <0.05   <0.05   <0.05   <0.05  
  1. N = 167.
  2. aHigher score indicates better health.
  3. p-values denote significance from multivariate regression analyses.