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Table 1 Demographic and Clinical Characteristics for Full Sample (N = 10,718).

From: Two-way messaging therapy for depression and anxiety: longitudinal response trajectories

Variable # Missing M (SD) or %
Age: 573  
 18–25   24%
 26–35   55%
 36–49   17.9%
 50+   3.1%
Education: 1549  
 Bachelor Degree or Higher   74.9%
 High School Diploma   25.1%
Gender: 147  
 Female   78.9%
 Male   21.1%
Patient’s State: 1333  
 California   15.3%
 New York   13.2%
 Texas   7.7%
 Florida   5.4%
  [other U.S. State]   58.4%
Primary Condition:  
Anx. Generalized Anxiety Disorder   21.1%
Anxiety Disorder, Unspecified   16.3%
Panic Disorder / Agoraphobia   1.5%
Dep. Major Depressive Disorder, Recurrent Ep.   14.6%
Major Depressive Disorder, Single Ep.   11.2%
Mood Disorder, Unspecified   5.0%
Persistent Depressive Disorder   1.8%
Adj. Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Anxiety and Depressed Mood   15.3%
Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety   6.7%
Adjustment Disorder with Depressed Mood   6.5%
Reason for Dropout: 2859  
 Feeling Better / Goal Met   53.3%
 Money Concerns   22.2%
 Didn’t Like Treatment Medium   10.1%
 Started face-to-face Treatment   6.9%
 Technical Issues   3.0%
 Didn’t Like Therapist   2.7%
 No Time   2.0%
Treatment Duration (weeks) 9.75 (3.16)
Treatment Engagement: 2507  
Patient (# words/week)   788.21 (4790.63)
Therapist (# words/week)   626.93 (3556.61)
Working Alliance Inventory 5630 44.84 (10.72)
    PHQ-9 GAD-7
Observation # Available # Dropout M (SD) M (SD)
Baseline 10,718 13.36 (4.96) 13.35 (4.10)
Week 3 6326 141 9.93 (5.48) 9.76 (4.74)
Week 6 3910 2201 9.04 (5.61) 8.74 (4.79)
Week 9 2264 1684 8.66 (5.66) 8.39 (4.95)
Week 12 1393 484 8.65 (5.96) 8.27 (5.14)