Predictor

Odds ratio

95% confidence interval


 
Lower

Upper

Demographic
   
Age

1.01

0.98

1.35

Gender

0.64

0.32

1.26

Marriage (yes/no)

0.74

0.34

1.60

University (yes/no)

0.34*

0.16

0.70

CannabisRelated
   
Age/initiation

1.07

0.97

1.19

Use (days/wk)

0.90

0.76

1.06

Frequent exposure (yes/no)

6.04***

2.21

16.55

Previous quit attempts

1.01

0.98

1.04

SDS

0.53*

0.32

0.88

Formal Treatment (yes/no)

0.38*

0.16

0.92

 Demographics regression Nagelkerke R^{2} = .10, p <.001. Cannabisrelated variables regression Nagelkerke R^{2} = .24, p <.001. Unsuccessful quitters coded as 0; successful quitters coded as 1.
 Gender: males coded as 0, females coded as 1; Marriage: not married coded as 0, married coded
 as 1; University: no coded as 0, yes coded as 1; Frequent exposure: no coded as 0, yes coded as 1.
 SDS = Severity of Dependence Scale. Interpretation of binary logistic regression depends on
 whether the predictor is categorical or continuous. The highest option is the reference point for categorical variables, whereas the lowest option is the reference point for continuous variables.
 Thus, odds ratios below 1 indicate successful quitters scored lower than unsuccessful quitters on a variable when it is continuous, and that successful quitters scored higher on a variable when it is categorical. Odds ratios above 1 indicate that successful quitters scored higher than unsuccessful quitters on a variable when it is continuous, and that successful quitters scored lower on a variable when it is categorical. *p < .05.