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Table 4 Associations between depression severity and diet quality stratified by controls and patients with depression (BiDirect Study)

From: Associations between depression subtypes, depression severity and diet quality: cross-sectional findings from the BiDirect Study

  Regression- coefficient (standard error) p
Controls(n = 820)  
CES-D score(self-reported)  
  Model 1a −0.032 (0.015) 0.03
  Model 2b −0.019 (0.015) 0.21
Patients with depression(n = 840)  
   CES-D score(self-reported)  
  Model 1a −0.005 (0.011) 0.68
  Model 2b 0.007 (0.011) 0.52
HAM-D score (interview-based)  
  Model 1a −0.003 (0.020) 0.90
  Model 2b 0.016 (0.021) 0.45
  1. Abbreviations: CES-D, Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale; HAM-D, Hamilton Depression Rating Scale.
  2. aModel 1 adjusted for age and sex.
  3. bModel 2 further adjusted for marital status, education, job status, smoking status, body mass index, physical activity, and comorbidities.