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Table 1 Sample characteristics

From: Measuring psychopathology as it unfolds in daily life: addressing key assumptions of intensive longitudinal methods in the TRAILS TRANS-ID study

  Baseline (pre-diary)   Post- assessment  
  N = 134    N = 122   
Life events (mean, std.)
 No. of negative life events 1.32 (1.41)    1.07 (1.10)   
 No. of positive life events 2.04 (1.18)    2.17 (1.32)   
GVSG impairments (N, %)a No Mild Severe No Mild Severe
 Parents 116 (87%) 10 (7%) 7 (5%) 95 (78%) 15 (12%) 12 (10%)
 Partner 54 (40%) 15 (11%) 10 (7%) 42 (34%) 12 (10%) 13 (11%)
 Children 9 (7%) 1 (1%) 0 (0%) 7 (6%) 2 (2%) 1 (1%)
 Friends 96 (72%) 21 (16%) 15 (11%) 72 (59%) 36 (30%) 10 (8%)
 Education 30 (22%) 20 (15%) 5 (4%) 31 (25%) 19 (16%) 4 (3%)
 Occupation 57 (43%) 26 (19%) 14 (10%) 41 (34%) 38 (31%) 23 (19%)
 Household 61 (46%) 54 (40%) 14 (10%) 52 (43%) 49 (40%) 18 (15%)
 Spare time 63 (47%) 31 (23%) 40 (30%) 52 (43%) 34 (28%) 36 (30%)
mini-SCAN (N, %)
 Anxiety disorder 14 (10%)    9 (7%)   
 Mood disorder 27 (20%)    23 (19%)   
 Psychotic disorder 2 (1%)    5 (4%)   
 Attention deficit and/or hyperactivity disorder 8 (6%)    8 (7%)   
 Substance use disorder 3 (2%)    2 (2%)   
 Adjustment disorder 1 (1%)      
  1. Abbreviations: GVSG Groningse Vragenlijst Sociaal Gedrag, a measure of social functioning in eight domains, mini-SCAN short version of the Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry; std. standard deviation
  2. aNot all domains were applicable to each participant (e.g. most participants did not have children). Hence, percentages do not necessarily add up to 100%. Severity of impairments was scored based on lower and upper cut-off scores denoted in [26]