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Table 3 Associations between TMD and DSM-Oriented scale: Regression coefficients are presented with 95 % confidence intervals retrieved from quantile regression analysis

From: The associations between psychosocial aspects and TMD-pain related aspects in children and adolescents

  Non-TMD TMD-painfree TMD-pain
Affective problems    
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref 3 4a
 95 % CI   (−0.1)–6.1 2.2–5.8
 Adjusted Coeff. ref 1 3a
 95 % CI   (−2.8)–4.8 0.5–5.5
Anxiety problems    
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref 0 3a
 95 % CI   (−2.7)–2.7 0.3–5.7
 Adjusted Coeff. ref −1 4a
 95 % CI   (−3.9)–1.9 1.3–6.7
Somatic problems    
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref −1 5a
 95 % CI   (−2.6)–0.6 3.2–6.8
 Adjusted Coeff. ref −1 3.5a
 95 % CI   (−2.8)–0.8 1.3–5.7
Attention deficit/hyperactivity problems  
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref 0 1
 95 % CI   (−1.5)–1.5 (−0.7)–2.7
 Adjusted Coeff. ref 0 1
 95 % CI   (−1.5)–1.5 (−0.4)–2.4
Oppositional defiant problems  
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref 0 0
 95 % CI   (−1.2)–1.2 (−1.1)–1.1
 Adjusted Coeff. ref −0.3 0.5
 95 % CI   (−1.5)–0.8 (−0.4)–1.4
Conduct problems    
 Unadjusted Coeff. ref −1 2
 95 % CI   (−4.2)–2.2 (−0.8)–4.8
 Adjusted Coeff. ref −0.5 1.5
 95 % CI   (−3.7)–2.7 (−0.6)–3.6
  1. a = significant difference between TMD-pain group and TMD-painfree (p < 0.05)
  2. Both unadjusted analysis and adjusted for age, sex, ethnic origin and parental income are presented