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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the sample, differences between groups

From: Recognizing states of psychological vulnerability to suicidal behavior: a Bayesian network of artificial intelligence applied to a clinical sample

VariableTotalGroup without current suicidal behaviorGroup with suicidal behaviorTest
Women517 (79.54%)257 (79.32%)260 (79.75%) 
Men133 (20.46%)67 (20.68%)66 (20.25%) 
Chi-squared Test   X = 0.001583
   df = 1
   p-value = 0.9683
Age
 Average39.7742.1337.42 
 Standard deviation15.0314.814.91 
 T-Student Test   t = 4.041
   df = 648
   p-value = 5.955e-05 **
Education level
 Without higher education336 (51.69%)178 (54.94%)158 (48.47%) 
 With higher education314 (48.31%)146 (45.06%)168 (51.53%) 
Chi-squared Test   X = 2.473
   df = 1
   p-value = 0.1158
   p-value = 0.244
Living with
 Alone67 (10.31%)31 (9.57%)36 (11.04%) 
 Couple84 (12.92%)49 (15.12%)35 (10.74%) 
 Family499 (76.77%)244 (75.31%)255 (78.22%) 
Chi-squared Test   X = 2.943
   df = 2
   p-value = 0.2296
Marital status
 Single271 (41.69%)115 (35.49%)156 (47.85%) 
 Married238 (36.62%)135 (41.67%)103 (31.6%) 
 Free union31 (4.77%)18 (5.56%)13 (3.99%) 
 Separated o widowed110 (16.92%)56 (17.28%)54 (16.56%) 
Chi-squared Test   X = 11.34
   df = 3
   p-value = 0.01001 *
Children
 Average1.4381.3731.503 
 Standard deviation1.5561.5091.601 
 T-Student Test   t = −1.062
   df = 646.2
   p-value = 0.2887
Occupation
 Within_working_force329 (50.62%)187 (57.72%)142 (43.56%) 
 Student142 (21.85%)52 (16.05%)90 (27.61%) 
 Unemployed39 (6%)18 (5.56%)21 (6.44%) 
 Housewife127 (19.54%)60 (18.52%)67 (20.55%) 
 not_working13 (2%)7 (2.16%)6 (1.84%) 
Chi-squared Test   X = 17.01
   df = 4
   p-value = 0.001923 *
  1. Note: *p < 0.05; **p < 0.001