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Table 1 Correlations between residential treatment negative outcomes and associated covariates

From: The impact of psychopathological subtypes on retention rate of patients with substance use disorder entering residential therapeutic community treatment

Variables B Exp(B) 95% CI Sig
Age −0.02 0.98 0.98–0.99 0.001
Gender (female) −0.06 0.94 0.77–1.15 0.566
Civil status (with partner) −0.05 0.96 0.75–1.21 0.707
Education (lasting <8 years) 0.02 1.02 0.85–1.22 0.835
Living with parents −0.05 0.95 0.81–1.12 0.548
Entering therapeutic communities without having been detoxified 0.58 1.79 1.55–2.07 0.000
Total SCL90 at treatment entry 0.002 1.002 1.001–1.004 0.000
SCL90 typologya     0.015
 Prominent somatic symptoms 0.27 1.31 1.03–1.67 0.028
 Prominent sensitivity-psychoticism symptoms 0.08 1.09 0.84–1.40 0.520
 Prominent panic-anxiety symptoms 0.16 1.17 0.92–1.49 0.207
 Prominent violence-suicide symptoms 0.38 1.46 1.14–1.87 0.003
Primary substance of abuseb     0.036
 Alcohol 0.03 1.04 0.84–1.27 0.742
 Cocaine 0.21 1.23 1.05–1.45 0.011
Statistics: Chi square 131.21, df 13, p = 000
  1. aConsidering prominent ‘worthlessness-being trapped’ as reference group
  2. bConsidering heroin as the reference primary substance of abuse