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Table 2 Change in life experiences and perpetration group among perpetrators of physical domestic violence

From: Life experiences associated with change in perpetration of domestic violence

 UnadjustedAdjusteda
Odds Ratio (95% Confidence Interval)
Risk factors
 Loss of support
  Persisters1.001.00
  Desisters6.18 (0.69, 55.13)9.46 (1.06, 84.11)
  Late-onsetters12.89 (2.17, 76.51)54.19 (6.51, 450.84)
 Loss of food security
  Persisters1.001.00
  Desisters2.57 (0.68, 9.65)1.68 (0.34, 8.37)
  Late-onsetters7.00 (1.66, 29.53)10.33 (1.93, 55.41)
 Loss of housing
  Persisters1.001.00
  Desisters0.83 (0.16, 4.17)0.91 (0.28, 3.00)
  Late-onsetters1.83 (0.35, 9.46)2.01 (0.49, 8.28)
Protective factor
 Substance use cessation
  Persisters1.001.00
  Desisters11.12 (2.59, 47.73)10.31 (1.89, 56.16)
  Late-onsetters0.29 (0.06, 1.31)0.26 (0.03, 1.89)
  1. Note: Multiple imputation was implemented to address missingness for all variables of interest (i.e., DV perpetration, life experiences, and covariates)
  2. Boldface indicates statistical significance (p < 0.05)
  3. aModels adjusted for sex, age, race/ethnicity, income, childhood abuse, childhood bullying, childhood support, and physical DV victimization