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Table 1 Demographics and information about changing life conditions and impact resulting from COVID-19 pandemic

From: The impact of Facebook use on self-reported eating disorders during the COVID-19 lockdown

  Participants T0
(N = 115)
Participants T1
(N = 66)
Age, M (SD) 28.60 (7.31) 28.85 (7.85)
Gender, N (%) females 105 (91.3) 61 (92.4)
Educational level, N (%)
8 years of education 6 (5.2) 4 (6.1)
13 years of education 60 (52.2) 32 (48.5)
Degree or post-degree 49 (42.6) 30 (45.4)
Marital status, N (%)
Married/in a relationship 59 (51.3) 35 (53.0)
Single/separated-divorced/widowed 56 (48.7) 31 (47.0)
Exits from place of residencea, N (%) yes 76 (66.1)
Number of exits from place of residence, M (SD) 2.82 (3.62)
With whom the quarantine was spent, N (%)
Alone 10 (8.7)
With other people (one or more) 101 (87.8)
missing 4 (3.5)
Direct contact with someone positive to Covid-19, N (%) yes 14 (12.2)
Perceived risk, for parents/close family members, of contracting COVID-19, N (%)
Very low or low risk 21 (18.3)
Medium risk 38 (33.0)
High or very high risk 52 (45.2)
missing 4 (3.5)
  1. Note: a = for grocery shopping and/or work and/or basic needs, over the preceding week. For this table, “Perceived risk, for parents/close family members, of contracting COVID-19” was calculated as a mean of responses about “risk perceived for parents” and “risk perceived for close family members”; scores range from 0 to 10 and are categorized as very low or low (points from 1 to 4), medium (points 5 and 6), high or very high (points from 7 to 10)