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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Difficulties experienced by young people with Tourette syndrome in secondary school: a mixed methods description of self, parent and staff perspectives

ID Male or female? Age (years) Yale global tic severitya OCD symptom severityb ADHD global indexc SCQ lifetime scored ADHD diagnosis? OCD diagnosis?
01 Female 17 22 16 58 2 No No
02 Male 13 18 0 - 11 No No
03 Male 12 32 25 90 16 No No
04 Male 13 36 9 - - No No
05 Male 12 33 4 76 12 No No
06 Male 11 38 26 90 11 No No
07 Male 18 17 7 75 4 No No
08 Male 14 27 13 90 14 Yes No
09 Male 12 29 5 80 17 No Yes
10 Male 15 43 15 90 30 Yes No
11 Male 12 12 1 90 13 Yes No
12 Male 14 30 6 90 14 Yes No
13 Male 11 42 22 55 8 No No
14 Male 15 45 8 58 10 No No
15 Male 15 17 12 90 8 No No
16 Male 12 43 18 90 33 Yes No
17 Male 13 29 0 72 8 No No
18 Male 15 17 0 90 13 Yes No
19 Male 12 37 20 78 21 No No
20 Male 12 31 19 73 16 No Yes
21 Male 13 19 7 54 5 No No
22 Male 14 28 0 65 6 No No
23 Male 15 39 29 - - No No
24 Male 12 35 16 90 19 Yes No
25 Male 12 34 16 - - Yes No
26 Male 12 32 24 90 20 Yes No
27 Male 14 43 0 86 4 Yes No
28 Male 12 28 6 90 10 Yes No
29 Male 16 19 4 44 2 No No
30 Male 13 37 0 68 8 No No
31 Male 11 28 7 87 10 No No
32 Male 14 31 20 79 6 No No
33 Female 12 11 8 - - No No
34 Male 16 17 18 51 5 No No
35 Male 16 39 26 90 2 No Yes
M (SD)   13.43 (1.80) 29.66 (9.59) 11.63 (8.99) 77.63 (14.56) 11.87 (7.43)   
  1. aYale Global Tic Severity Scale
  2. bChildren’s Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale
  3. cConners 3-parent report
  4. dSocial Communication Questionnaire