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Table 4 Comparison of results from the Cox proportional hazards models with competing risk data

From: Measurement and control of bias in patient reported outcomes using multidimensional item response theory

  Model using raw scores Model not adjusted for ERS (Model 1) Model adjusted for ERS (Model 2)
Predictor Hazard Ratio SE p-value 95 % CI Hazard Ratio SE p-value 95 % CI Hazard Ratio SE p-value 95 % CI
Age 1.143 0.012 <0.001 [1.116,1.169] 1.141 0.008 <0.001 [1.125,1.162] 1.144 0.012 <0.001 [1.117,1.171]
Male 1.059 0.177 0.746 [0.749,1.498] 0.961 0.134 0.694 [0.734,1.229] 1.069 0.177 0.707 [0.755,1.513]
Education 1.040 0.022 0.067 [0.997,1.088] 1.042 0.022 0.064 [0.998,1.089] 0.956 0.132 0.734 [0.739,1.237]
Neuroticism 1.041 0.013 0.003 [1.014,1.069] 1.176 0.044 <0.001 [1.082,1.285] 1.215 0.044 <0.001 [1.115,1.324]
  1. Notes. SE = Standard error; CI = Confidence interval; ERS = Extreme response style. Values that are statistically significant are indicated in bold