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Table 4 Risk factors correlated with psychiatric morbidity

From: Psychosocial profile and psychiatric morbidity among Egyptian patients after living donor liver transplantation

  Model Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t Sig.
B Std. Error Beta
Age Donor’s Age −.101 .023 −.072 −4.337 .012*
Gender Female donors 5.045 1.291 .417 3.907 .017*
Marital status Marital status −1.208 .844 −.136 −1.431 .226
Education Primary education −2.187 3.320 −.128 −.659 .546
Preparatory education −2.896 3.443 −.089 −.841 .448
Secondary schools − 11.848 3.973 −.365 −2.982 .041*
Technical schools 1.281 3.280 .114 .390 .716
University 2.406 .787 .112 3.056 .038*
Occupation Employee −.421 1.079 −.032 −.390 .716
Managerial −3.140 .830 −.203 −3.783 .019*
Student −11.460 1.710 −.673 −6.701 .003*
Relation Relation to recipient father −3.830 2.369 −.225 −1.616 .181
Relation to recipient sibs −13.253 2.409 −.685 −5.501 .005*
Relation to recipient maternal uncle −2.622 1.982 −.154 −1.323 .256
No relation to recipient −4.131 1.490 −.367 −2.772 .050*
Personality traits Guilford inventory .135 .084 .306 1.611 .182
EPQ Psychoticism 1.038 .371 .497 2.797 .049*
EPQ Neuroticism −2.077 .103 −.930 −20.095 .000*
EPQ impulsivity 1.814 .129 .959 14.016 .000*
EPQ Extra version 1.352 .036 .622 37.533 .000*
  1. (*): Significant