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Table 1 Sample characteristics: demographic data and diagnostic categories according to the ICD-10

From: Type and timing of adverse childhood experiences differentially affect severity of PTSD, dissociative and depressive symptoms in adult inpatients

  M (n) SD (%)
Demographic Data
 Female sex (n, %) 54 41.9 %
 Age (in years) 26.1 5.5
 Number of Hospitalizations 1.9 1.3
 Education (in years) 11.4 1.8
 University entrance diploma (n, %) 57 44.2 %
Clinical Characteristics
 ICD-10: F1-F19: Mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use 46 35.7 %
 ICD-10: F2-F29: Psychotic spectrum disorders 63 48.8 %
 ICD-10: F30-F39: Affective Disorders 54 41.9 %
 ICD-10: F40-F48: Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders 42 32.6 %
 ICD-10: F50-F59: Behavioral syndromes associated with physiological disturbances and physical factors 4 3.1 %
 ICD-10: F60-F69: Disorders of adult personality and behavior 30 23.8 %
 Number of Different Diagnosis Across Categories (M, SD) 1.9 0.7
 Single Diagnosis (n, %) 41 31.8 %
 One Comorbid Disorders (n, %) 66 51.2 %
Medication
 Antidepressants (n, %) 50 38.8 %
 Atypical Neuroleptics (n, %) 82 63.6 %
Symptom Severities
 Shutdown Dissociation (M, SD) 6.8 6.0
 PTSD Symptom Severity (M, SD) 7.9 11.5
 Depression Symptom Severity (M, SD) 15.9 7.4
  1. ICD-10 International Classification of Diseases (ICD), 10th Version