Table 3

Lifetime anxiety disorder among all Black women by, 2001–2003 NSAL

CharacteristicsBlock 1Block 2Block 3
Age
 18–24RefRefRef
 25–340.750 (0.532 to 1.06)0.767 (0.533 to 1.10)0.690 (0.474 to 1.00)
 35–490.961 (0.678 to 1.36)0.996 (0.698 to 1.42)0.885 (0.618 to 1.27)
 50–640.660 (0.420 to 1.03)0.653 (0.416 to 1.03)0.579 (0.369 to 0.907)*
 >650.276 (0.142 to 0.535)***0.319 (0.155 to 0.655)**0.335 (0.166 to 0.675)**
Marital status
 MarriedRefRefRef
 Partnered1.58 (0.980 to 2.54)1.38 (0.835 to 2.28)1.33 (0.793 to 2.24)
 Separated-divorced1.46 (1.04 to 2.04)*1.31 (0.903 to 1.89)1.16 (0.801 to 1.67)
 Widowed1.65 (1.01 to 2.70)*1.73 (0.989 to 3.03)1.67 (0.939 to 2.96)
 Never married1.29 (0.867 to 1.92)1.23 (0.818 to 1.85)1.24 (0.822 to 1.86)
Education
 Less than high schoolRefRefRef
 High school graduate0.613 (0.474 to 0.791)***0.601 (0.468 to 0.722)***0.647 (0.498 to 0.841)**
 Some college0.677 (0.461 to 0.995)*0.685 (0.462 to 1.01)0.719 (0.485 to 1.07)
 College0.712 (0.443 to 1.14)0.732 (0.449 to 1.19)0.787 (0.483 to 1.28)
Income
 <$25 000RefRefRef
 $25 000–$34 9990.970 (0.681 to 1.38)1.07 (0.772 to 1.48)1.15 (0.822 to 1.61)
 $35 000–$49 9990.756 (0.511 to 1.12)0.804 (0.547 to 1.18)0.860 (0.577 to 1.28)
 $50 000–$74 9990.715 (0.478 to 1.07)0.754 (0.505 to 1.13)0.788 (0.527 to 1.18)
 >$75 0001.15 (0.722 to 1.83)1.20 (0.734 to 1.97)1.32 (0.802 to 2.17)
Occupational status
 EmployedRefRefRef
 Not employed1.07 (0.781 to 1.48)1.11 (0.806 to 1.54)1.07 (0.769 to 1.49)
 Not in the labour force1.11 (0.820 to 1.51)1.14 (0.826 to 1.58)1.12 (0.795 to 1.58)
Ethnicity
 African-AmericanRefRefRef
 Caribbean Black0.671 (0.505 to 0.890)**0.706 (0.511 to 0.976)*0.735 (0.536 to 1.01)
Discrimination
 NoRefRef
 Yes2.28 (1.34 to 3.88)**2.08 (1.23 to 3.51)**
Neighbourhood crime problem1.04 (0.924 to 1.18)1.03 (0.912 to 1.15)
Neighbourhood drug problem1.16 (0.991 to 1.35)1.15 (0.986 to 1.35)
Severe IPV
 NoRef
Yes2.46 (1.92 to 3.15)***
Model F statistic, p valueF=3.68, p<0.00F=4.12, p<=0.00F=9.49, p<=0.00
  • *p<0.05; ** p<0.01; ***p<0.001.

  • IPV, intimate partner violence; NSAL, National Survey of American Life.