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Table 2 Demographic characteristics of study participants ( N= 490)

From: Understanding the acceptability of e-mental health - attitudes and expectations towards computerised self-help treatments for mental health problems

Age:  
  Range 18-78
  M (SD) 26.7 (8.9)
Sex: n (%)  
  Female 383 (78.2)
  Male 105 (21.4)
  Missing 2 (0.4)
Ethnicity: n (%)  
  White British 385 (78.6)
  Asian/Asian British 60 (12.2)
  Black  
  Mixed/Multiple 17 (3.5)
  Other 22 (4.5)
Employment status: n (%)  
  Full time 143 (29.2)
  Part time 35 (7.1)
  Unemployed 6 (1.2)
  Student 290 (59.2)
  Sick leave 1 (0.2)
  House wife/husband 1 (0.2)
  Other 14 (2.9)
Education: n (%)  
  No qualifications 1 (0.3)
  O Level/GCSE 4 (1.2)
  A Level/NVQ  
  Diploma/BTEC 16 (3.3)
  University degree 173 (35.3)
  Postgraduate degree 149 (30.4)
  Other 16 (3.3)
Marital status: n (%)  
  Married 68 (13.9)
  Living together 83 (16.9)
  Single 335 (68.4)
  Divorced 4 (0.8)