Table 4 Results from the multinomial logistic regression analysis identifying predictors of EAC or UGC, relative to UPC

From: A molecular-genetic and imaging-genetic approach to specific comprehension difficulties in children

Group Predictor OR p 95% CI for OR
     Lower Upper
EAC vs. UPC Age 0.52 <.001 0.43 0.63
Sex (1 = Female) 1.12 .497 0.82 1.53
Receptive vocabulary 1.65 <.001 1.33 2.04
Socioeconomic status (1 = Low) 0.75 .748 0.53 1.07
Spanish primary language in home 0.64 .073 0.40 1.04
Bilingual status (1 = bilingual child) 1.22 .399 0.77 1.93
Highest level of maternal education 0.99 .921 0.81 1.21
READ1 RU2Short (1 = Present) 1.23 .232 0.88 1.73
UGC vs. UPC Age 0.50 <.001 0.39 0.66
Sex (1 = Female) 1.13 .553 0.75 1.72
Receptive vocabulary 5.28 <.001 3.79 7.36
Socioeconomic status (1 = Low) 0.58 .024 0.36 0.93
Spanish primary language in home 0.58 .120 0.29 1.15
Bilingual status (1 = bilingual child) 1.07 .838 0.55 2.10
Highest level of maternal education 0.87 .031 0.66 1.14
READ1 RU2Short (1 = Present) 0.60 .030 0.38 0.95
  1. UPC: subjects with unexpected poor comprehension
  2. EAC: subjects with expected average comprehension
  3. UGC: subjects with unexpected good comprehension