Table 2

Demographics and prevalence of present state DSM-IV disorders (n=293)
Total n(%)
Gender
Female 154 (52.6) a
Male 139 (47.4)
Age, mean (range) 50.0 (22–64)
Highest educational levelb
Low 51 (17.6)
Intermediate 197 (67.9)
High 39 (13.4)
Urbanicity
Rural (<10.000) 95 (32.4)
Midsize urban (10.000-100.000) 141 (48.1)
Urban (>100.000) 57 (19.5)
Any (one or more) disorder 76 (25.9)
Any mood disorder 30 (10.2)
Major depressive disorder 22 (7.5)
Minor depressive disorder 1 (0.3)
Dysthymia 15 (5.1)
Bipolar I/II disorder 8 (2.7)
(Hypo)mania 6 (2.1)
Any anxiety disorder 59 (20.1)
Panic attack 16 (5.5)
Panic disorder 5 (1.7)
Posttraumatic stress disorder 20 (6.8)
Social phobia 18 (6.1)
Agoraphobia 9 (3.0)
Specific phobia 21 (7.2)
Obsessive compulsive disorder 12 (4.1)
Generalized anxiety disorder 15 (5.1)
Any substance use disorder 8 (2.7)
Alcohol abuse 1 (0.3)
Alcohol dependence 2 (0.7)
Drug abuse 6 (2.0)
Drug dependence 3 (1.0)
Other
Adult separation anxiety disorderc 4 (1.4)

a Parenthetical numbers are percentages.

b Low: elementary, preparatory middle-level; intermediate: middle-level applied; higher general continued; preparatory scientific; high: university applied sciences; research university; 6 cases are missing.

c Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder is not listed in the DSM-IV.

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Cornelius et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:128   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-128

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