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Table 2 Characteristics of the population at different time points (NEMESIS-1)

From: Exposure to environmental factors increases connectivity between symptom domains in the psychopathology network

  T0n (n = 7076) T1n (n = 5618) T2n (n = 4848)
  n (%) n (%) n (%)
Sex (male) 3299 (46.63) 2611 (46.48) 2255 (46.51)
Agea 41.16 (12.19) 42.09 (11.94) 44.19 (11.90)
Diagnostic categoriesb    
  Anxiety disordersc 1423 (20.11) 430 (7.65) 332 (6.85)
  Dysthymia 498 (7.04) 110 (1.96) 71 (1.46)
  Major depression 1164 (16.45) 314 (5.59) 306 (6.31)
  Manic episode 293 (4.14) 84 (1.50) 48 (0.99)
  Psychosisd 295 (4.17) 72 (1.28) 45 (0.93)
Environmental load    
  Zero 3171 (44.82) 2623 (46.69) 2285 (47.13)
  One 2640 (37.31) 2173 (38.68) 1886 (38.90)
  Two 961 (13.58) 670 (11.93) 553 (11.41)
  Three or more 303 (4.28) 152 (2.71) 124 (2.56)
  1. aMean (standard deviation); bbinary lifetime diagnostic constructs according to the CIDI version 1.1 structured interview; cincludes panic disorder, agoraphobia, simple phobia, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessive–compulsive disorder; dbinary measure of any clinically relevant psychotic symptom