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Table 4 Associations of illness, comorbidity, and personality factors with eating disorders in the bipolar sample

From: Impulsivity, anxiety, and alcohol misuse in bipolar disorder comorbid with eating disorders

Domain Bivariate Analysis by domain a Unified b
  r(p value) OR (CI) OR (CI)
Comorbidities and features of illness    
 Anxiety p < 1 × 10−3 2.5 (1.35, 4.76) 2.37 (1.30, 4.34)
 Alcohol p = 6 × 10−3 2.20 (1.18, 4.11) 2.07 (1.14, 4.34)
 Mixed symptoms p = .02 1.76 (.94, 3.32) -
Personality factors    
 Neuroticism .15 (.01) - -
 Openness .13 (.01) - -
 Agreeableness −.15 (4 × 10−3) - -
 Conscientiousness −.08 (.13) - -
 N5 impulsiveness .24 (<1 × 10−3) 1.07 (1.04, 1.10) 1.05 (1.02, 1.09)
 BIS impulsivity (n = 174)d .14 (.07) - -
 CTQ trauma (n = 272)d .19 (2 × 10−3) 1.03 (1.01, 1.04) -
  1. aMultivariable linear regression analysis were performed with backward selection within domain, adjusted for age and sex. bMultivariable linear regression analysis were performed with backward selection with all factors that are significant within domains, adjusted for age and sex. cOR when analyzed by standard deviation, 1.502 (1.193, 1.892). dMultivariable linear regression analysis performed for BIS and CTQ separately due to a subset of the sample having these measures.