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Table 2 Ordinal logistic regression models exploring the relationships between demographic variables and perceived risk to oneself (PRSELF), perceived risk of injury to an equal referent (PROTHER), or perceived comparative risk (PCR)

From: Perception of injury risk among amateur Muay Thai fighters

Variable Model: PRSELF Model: PROTHER Model: PCR
  OR [95% CI] p value OR [95% CI] p value OR [95% CI] p value
Age in years 1.01 (0.97, 1.05) .693 1.03 (0.99, 1.08) .105 1.04 [1.00, 1.10] .079
Female (ref. male) 1.57 (0.80, 3.12) .190 1.85 (0.96, 3.59) .066 1.26 [0.58, 2.72] .565
Experienced fighter (ref. no) 0.89 (0.38, 2.08) .781 0.82 (0.36, 1.88) .645 1.13 [0.43, 2.89] .802
Recent fight (ref. no) 0.62 (0.30, 1.25) .183 0.77 (0.39, 1.53) .465 1.14 [0.51, 2.52] .750
Ancestry (ref. European)
 Hispanic 0.93 (0.30, 2.94) .904 0.97 (0.30, 3.05) .953 0.63 [0.16, 2.35] .509
 African 1.47 (0.42, 5.29) .554 2.90 (0.83, 10.06) .093 2.26 [0.53, 8.82] .251
 Asian 2.57 (0.87, 7.69) .090 1.44 (0.50, 4.13) .450 0.33 [0.09, 1.25] .107
 Other 0.77 (0.26, 2.36) .646 1.17 (0.41, 3.37) .774 1.91 [0.57, 5.96] .276
  1. CI confidence interval, OR odds ratio, PCR perceived comparative risk, PR SELF perceived risk of injury to oneself, PR OTHER perceived risk of injury to an equal referent