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Table 2 Sociodemographic and characteristic features of study group and students diagnosed OCD.

From: Prevalence of obsessive-compulsive disorder in Turkish university students and assessment of associated factors

Sociodemographic and characteristic features Study Group
n = 804
OCD Group
n = 33
   n % n %
Gender Male 293 36.5 9 27.3
  Female 510 63.5 24 72.7
Marital Status Single 781 97.6 31 93.9
  Married 19 2.4 2 6.1
Economic Situation Poor 127 15.8 3 9.1
  Middle 606 75.4 29 87.9
  Good 68 8.5 1 3.0
Residential Place Government dormitory 276 32.1 9 27.3
  Private dormitory 26 3.2 1 3.0
  Students' house/parental house 499 62.3 20 60.6
  Other 19 2.4 3 9.1
Education level mother Illiterate 160 20.1 10 30.3
  Literate 59 7.4 - -
  Primary school 342 42.9 11 33.3
  Middle school 150 18.7 8 24.2
  Higher Education 86 10.7 4 12.1
Private room in the parental house Exist 448 55.7 24 72.7
  Not exist 356 44.3 9 27.3
Verbal abuse in the family, Exist 55 6.9 8 24.2
  Not exist 745 93.1 25 75.8
Physical abuse in the family Exist 21 2.6 2 6.1
  Not exist 781 97.4 31 93.9
Own history of verbal abuse Exist 114 14.2 2 6.1
  Not exist 689 85.7 31 93.9
Own history of physical abuse Exist 5 0.6 - -
  Not exist 799 99.4 33 100.0