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Table 6 Association between psychosocial risk factors and CPD

From: Multiple risk factors affecting childhood psychosocial dysfunction in primary school Egyptian children

Psychosocial risk factorsPsychosocial dysfunctionp
Yes (N = 70)No (N = 298)
No%No.%
Family problemsYes3362.32037.70.001a
No3711.727888.3
Major changes in the familyYes3979.61020.40.001a
No319.728890.3
Parent(s) smoking statusYes2251.22148.80.001a
No4814.827785.2
Academic achievement at schoolSatisfactory5117.124882.90.04
Poor to very poor1927.55072.5
Problems with teachersYes2533.35066.70.001a
No4515.424884.6
Problems with peersYes2251.22148.80.001a
No4814.827785.2
Exposure to violenceYes5622.419477.60.02
No1411.910488.1
Living nearby a source of pollutionYes1615.58784.50.29
No5420.421179.6
Child live withSingle parent1571.4628.60.001a
Both parents5515.929284.1
Parent(s) deathYes1263.2736.80.001a
No5816.629183.4
Parent(s) drug abuseYes4100.000.00.001a
No6618.628881.4
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