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Table 3 Chi-square tests comparing patients with major depression (n = 74) and schizophrenia (n = 38) on categorical demographic characteristics and hospitalization status

From: Neuropsychological functioning in inpatients with major depression or schizophrenia

Variables: Major depression Schizophrenia Chi-Square df Signif.
Sex:      
Women 38 (51.4%) 17 (44.7%) .440 1 .507
Men 36 (48.6%) 21 (55.3%)    
Marital status:      
Never married 22 (31.4%) 24 (63.2%) 10.14 1 .001
Ever married 48 (68.6%) 14 (36.8%)    
Education:      
Elementary education 26 (37.1%) 18 (47.4%) 1.07 1 .302
Higher education 44 (62.9%) 20 (52.6%)    
Work qualification:      
Unskilled 16 (23.2%) 13 (34.2%) 1.51 1 .220
Skilled worker 53 (76.8%) 25 (65.8%)    
Employment status:      
Unemployed 26 (37.1%) 17 (44.7%) .593 1 .441
Employed 44 (62.9%) 21 (55.3%)    
Disorder:      
First admission 50 (72.5%) 36 (94.7%) 7.71 1 .006
Multiple admission 19 (27.5%) 2 (5.3%)    
  1. *The boldface data are to mark the significance of the data: p*<05; p**<0.01; p***<0.001.