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Table 5 Results of a model using age, sex, chronotype, baseline PHQ-9 and YMRS scores to predict occurrence of a suicide attempt or psychiatric hospitalization during the follow up period as derived from the LIFE interview

From: Late chronotype predicts more depressive symptoms in bipolar disorder over a 5 year follow-up period

  Odds ratio [95% ci]
Age (years) Sex (male) PHQ-9 YMRS Early chronotype Late chronotype
Suicide attempts 1.012
[0.976–1.048]
0.513
[0.145–1.820]
1.057
[0.997–1.120]
0.954
[0.836–1.089]
0.610
[0.181–2.054]
0.539
[0.165–1.767]
Psychiatric
hospitalizations
0.988
[0.972–1.004]
0.321
[0.166–0.619]
1.067
[1.040–1.095]
1.020
[0.971–1.066]
1.052
[0.568–1.948]
0.877
[0.482–1.594]
  1. Females and normal chronotype were used as reference groups
  2. Bold ORs are significant at p < 0.01