TABLE 4

Odds Ratios After Multiple Imputations for Different Types and Modalities of Substance Use at 13 Years of Age in the ALSPAC Grouped According to Mutually Adjusted Socioeconomic Position Indicators; Also Adjusted for Age and Gender

SEP (Linear Term)Ever Binge DrinkingWhole Drinking Previous 6 moEver SmokingSmoking Previous 6 mo
OR95% CIPOR95% CIPOR95% CIPOR95% CIP
Parental social class0.940.85–1.04.221.030.94–1.12.520.860.78–0.95<.010.980.84–1.14.82
Maternal education0.840.77–0.91<.0010.910.84–0.97<.010.830.77–0.90<.0010.830.75–0.93.001
Disposable income1.020.97–1.08.381.061.02–1.11.010.920.87–0.98<.010.920.85–1.00.05
  • Results are presented for incomplete cases with 1 or more SEP indicators measured and incomplete outcomes, after imputation of missing data (N = 12 634). OR indicates odds ratio; SEP, socioeconomic position indicator. A whole drink is a can of beer, a glass of wine, a bottle of alcopop, a shot of spirit or any full drink with alcohol in it.