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Table 1 Baseline demographic information for the total sample, and comparing UHR and non-UHR at baseline

From: The impact of psychotic experiences in the early stages of mental health problems in young people

  Total sample
(n = 69)
UHR
(n = 14)
Non-UHR
(n = 55)
Test statistics
Age (M ± SD) in years 20.8 ± 2.6 20.8 ± 3.1 20.7 ± 2.5 t (67) = 0.12, p = 0.91
Gender (m/f) 21/48 5/9 16/39 X 2 (1) = 0.23, p = 0.63
Ethnicity
 Whitea 58 12 46  
 Asianb 3 1 2  
 Blackc 2 0 2 X 2 (3) = 0.88, p = 0.83
 Mixed-raced 6 1 5  
Occupation
 University studente 18 1 17  
 College/A-Levels 20 3 17  
 Unemployed 11 2 9 X 2 (4) = 7.70, p = 0.10
 Employedf 17 7 10  
 Homemaker 3 1 2  
Highest qualification
 Universityg 6 1 5  
 A-Levelsh 31 4 27 X 2 (3) = 2.91, p = 0.41
 GSCEi 26 8 18  
 No qualification 6 1 5  
  1. UHR ultra-high risk, M mean, SD standard deviation, m male, f female
  2. aWhite-British & White-Other
  3. bAsian-Pakistani, Asian-Bangladeshi & Other Asian
  4. cBlack-African
  5. dMixed-Race White-Black-Caribbean
  6. eUndergraduate and postgraduate university students
  7. fWorking full or part-time
  8. gBachelor or Master degree
  9. hA-Levels, National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 4, or equivalent
  10. iGeneral Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE, year-10 equivalent) or NVQ level 1 or 2