TABLE 4

Univariable and Multivariable Regression Analysis of Factors Significantly (P < .05) Associated With DSM-IV-TR Disorders in the CHESS Study

DSM-IV-TR DisorderPredictorUnivariable OR (95% CI)P ValueAdjusted OR (95%CI)P Value
ASDID (42%) versus non-ID (14%)3.006 (1.028–8.795).0414.109 (2.285–87.119).004
Duration (8+ years [35%] versus <4 y [10%])4.941 (1.172–20.883).035.885 (0.853–40.588).07
Generalized (36%) versus focal seizures (13%)3.693 (1.251–10.902).022.599 (0.197–34.307).47
Etiology unknown/undetermined (37%) versus structural/metabolic (8%)7.059 (1.369–36.404).0215.349 (2.118–111.216).007
ADHDDCD (56%) versus non-DCD (28%)3.383 (1.104–10.371).034.523 (1.323–15.458).02
DCDADHD (32%) versus non-ADHD (12%)3.383 (1.104–10.371).033.143 (0.879–11.325).08
Etiology unknown/undetermined (37%) versus structural/metabolic (4%)14.706 (1.720–125.741).0116.032 (1.809–142.066).01
AnxietyDepression (50%) versus nondepression (10%)8.875 (1.528–51.551).0218.834 (2.099–168.969).009
Emotional disorderaNothing significant
  • Percentages indicate the proportion of children who met criteria for DSM-IV-TR disorders. DCD, developmental coordination disorder; —, not significant.

  • a Anxiety and depression combined.