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Table 2 Explaining entrepreneurial intentions (OLS and logistic regression results)

From: Entrepreneurship and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a large-scale study involving the clinical condition of ADHD

Dependent variable Entrepreneurial Intentions
Continuous DV (Linan and Chen 2009) Dichotomous DV (Verheul et al. 2015)
Model
  1a (main-effect) 1b (with controls) 1c (main-effect) 1d (with controls)
Predictor variables B Estimates (standard errors) Odds ratios: Exp (B) (95% confidence interval)
Constant 3.268*** 3.109*** 0.048*** 0.009***
(0.019) (0.152)   
Age   − 0.015*   1.053***
  (0.005)   (1.028–1.078)
Gender (male = 1)   0.536***   2.151***
  (0.037)   (1.778–2.602)
Self-employed parent(s)   0.495***   1.429***
  (0.039)   (1.177–1.736)
Academic performance   0.001   0.998
  (0.019)   (0.904–1.101)
Management study   0.688***   1.322**
  (0.044)   (1.068–1.636)
ADHD diagnosis 0.231* 0.200* 1.802** 1.625*
(0.095) (0.092) (1.247–2.605) (1.119–2.360)
Model
R2, Nagelkerke R2 .001* .071*** .003** .036***
F-statistic, Chi-square  5.970*  115.768*** 8.511** 113.849***
 − 2 Log likelihood    3770.50 3631.53
 N 9211 9124 9869 9770
  1. Significance levels (2-tailed) are indicated as follows: * = 0.05; ** = 0.01; *** = 0.001. Differences in reported Ns are per missing data from some subjects (SPSS pairwise exclusion)