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Table 2 Psychiatric diagnoses distribution, differences between groups

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

Variable N (%)TotalGroup without current suicidal behaviorGroup with suicidal behavior Suicide attempt high severitySuicide attempt low severitySuicide ideationSub-total
Major depressive disorder282 (43.38%)91 (28.09%)191 (58.59%) 50 (26.18%)38 (19.90%)103 (53.93%)191
Bipolar disorder105 (16.15%)59 (18.21%)46 (14.11%) 8 (17.39%)12 (26.09%)26 (56.52%)46
Moderate depressive disorder54 (8.31%)32 (9.88%)22 (6.75%) 4 (18.18%)8 (36.36%)10 (45.45%)22
Mild depressive disorder12 (1.85%)11 (3.4%)1 (0.31%) 0 (0%)0 (0%)1 (100%)1
Adjustment disorder70 (10.77%)45 (13.89%)25 (7.67%) 5 (20.00%)12 (48.00%)8 (32%)25
Anxiety disorder75 (11.54%)53 (16.36%)22 (6.75%) 4 (18.18%)4 (18.18%)14 (63.64%)22
Mixed episode15 (2.31%)13 (4.01%)2 (0.61%) 1 (50.00%)0 (0%)1 (50%)2
Other disorders30 (4.62%)16 (4.94%)14 (4.29%) 5 (35.71%)3 (21.43%)6 (42.86%)14
Dysthymia7 (1.08%)4 (1.23%)3 (0.92%) 2 (66.67%)0 (0%)1 (33.33%)3
Chi-squared Test   X = 74.12   326
df = 8    
p-value = 7.397e-13 **