Multivariate analyses assessing the effects of only-child on sex-related acknowledge, attitude and behavior.

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Li, Shiyue; Chen, Rucheng; Cao, Yue; Li, Jingjing; Zuo, Dan; Yan, Hong;
(2013)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0073797.t004
  • Subject: Medicine | Sociology | Mathematics | statistics | Biostatistics | Statistical methods | Clinical research design | Survey research | epidemiology | Social epidemiology | Survey methods | Infectious diseases | Sexually transmitted diseases | Mental health | psychiatry | Sexual dysfunction | psychology | Human relations | Non-clinical medicine | Health care policy | Health education and awareness | Sexual and gender issues | Obstetrics and gynecology | contraception | Public health | Behavioral and social aspects of health | women's health | Rape and sexual assault | behavior | Sociology | Human families | only-child | sex-related

a<p>Standardized regression coefficient and odds ratio with 95% confidence interval in parentheses was adjusted for age, major, grade, nationality, hometown area, and family economic status.</p>b<p>p<0.05 <sup>c</sup>p<0.01.</p>
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