TABLE 4.

Binary Logistic Model of the Relation Between BMI Groupings, Psychosocial and Economic Variables, and Shame in Relation to Major Depression According to DSM-IV, A-Criterion

Nagelkerke R2 21%Odds Ratio(Confidence Interval)dfP
Gender2.393 (2.017–2.840)1<.001
Separated families1.370 (1.193–1.574)1<.001
Unemployed parent1.351 (1.130–1.616)1.001
Family economy0.905 (0.846–0.968)1.004
Reference: low-shame group2<.001
Intermediate-shame group2.770 (2.075–3.699)1<.001
High-shame group11.340 (8.292–14.926)1<.001
BMI1NS
(Constant)0.0091<.001
  • Dependent variable: major depressions according to DSRS/DSM-IV. NS indicates not significant.