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Table 2 Co-occurrence of psychological factors with self-perceived recovery

From: Importance of psychological factors for the recovery from a first episode of acute non-specific neck pain - a longitudinal observational study

  B (SE) Exp B (Odds Ratio) 95 % CI Exp B p
PGIC 1 week ( N  = 76):
Nagelkerke R2 = 0.05; AUC = 0.62 (95 % CI 0.48–0.75; p = 0.126)
 BQ4: anxiety −0.18 (0.13) 0.83 0.64–1.08 0.171
 BQ5: depression −0.01 (0.11) 0.99 0.80–1.23 0.901
 BQ6: fear avoidance 0.06 (0.13) 1.06 0.82–1.36 0.667
 BQ7: locus of control 0.04 (0.10) 1.04 0.86–1.25 0.717
PGIC 1 month ( N  = 82):
Nagelkerke R2 = 0.40; AUC = 0.85 (95 % CI 0.73–0.97; p < 0.001)
 BQ4: anxiety −0.55 (0.22) 0.58 0.38–0.89 0.013
 BQ5: depression 0.13 (0.21) 1.14 0.76–1.71 0.540
 BQ6: fear avoidance −0.25 (0.16) 0.78 0.57–1.06 0.110
 BQ7: locus of control 0.17 (0.16) 1.19 0.87–1.63 0.286
PGIC 3 months ( N  = 77):
Nagelkerke R2 = 0.63; AUC = 0.98 (95 % CI 0.94–1.00; p < 0.001)
 BQ4: anxiety −0.60 (0.29) 0.55 0.31–0.97 0.039
 BQ5: depression −0.13 (0.23) 0.88 0.56–1.39 0.579
 BQ6: fear avoidance −0.17 (0.18) 0.84 0.59–1.21 0.353
 BQ7: locus of control −0.20 (0.20) 0.82 0.55–1.22 0.325
  1. Logistic regressions with PGIC (0 = not improved, 1 = improved) of each time point as dependent variable and the psychological factors of the same time point as independent variables. Multicollinearity diagnostics: Tolerance: 0.27-0.72, VIF: 1.38-3.65. Numbers in bold indicate significant results.
  2. AUC area under the receiver operating curve
  3. BQ Bournemouth questionnaire
  4. PGIC patient global impression of change