TABLE 6

Results From Separate Logistic Regression Analyses on Elevated CBCL Scores, Taking the Identification by the CHP Into Account

CBCL
Total ProblemsInternalizing ProblemsExternalizing Problems
OR (95% CI)SensitivitySpecificityOR (95% CI)SensitivitySpecificityOR (95% CI)SensitivitySpecificity
SDQ TDS
 CHP detected problems yes (versus no)5.02 (2.59–9.76)0.510.904.12 (2.30–7.39)0.460.903.56 (1.92–6.62)0.460.89
 Elevated SDQ TDS score yes (versus no)a36.5 (19.3–69.1)0.790.9314.3 (8.25–24.7)0.640.9220.2 (11.3–36.2)0.700.92
SDQ impairment score
 CHP detected problems yes (versus no)6.00 (3.37–10.7)0.510.904.76 (2.69–8.41)0.460.904.40 (2.45–7.89)0.460.89
 Elevated SDQ impairment score yes (versus no)a15.8 (7.71–32.2)0.390.9816.4 (8.09–33.1)0.380.9814.8 (7.35–29.7)0.380.97
SDQ TDS plus impairment score
 CHP detected problems yes (versus no)4.02 (2.00–8.08)0.510.903.22 (1.72–6.03)0.460.902.77 (1.43–5.36)0.460.89
 Elevated SDQ TDS score yes (versus no)a27.0 (13.9–52.3)0.790.939.65 (5.36–17.4)0.640.9214.4 (7.77–26.6)0.700.92
 Elevated SDQ impairment score yes (versus no)b5.10 (2.11–12.3)0.830.916.88 (3.10–15.3)0.710.915.43 (2.41–12.3)0.740.90
  • ORs and 95% CIs were used for identification of problems in the child by PCH and elevated SDQ score. N = 812. Adding elevated SDQ scores to the model always led to a significant change in the log likelihood ratio.

  • a Adjusted ORs, taking into account the detection of problems by the CHP.

  • b Adjusted ORs, taking into account the detections of problems by the CHP and elevated SDQ TDS score.