Table 3

Psychiatric disorder/problems and psychosocial factors by depression in children
Factor Level Total (n) Depression n (%)
Psychosocial Factors
Domestic violence No 1314 109 (8.3%)
Yes 273 27 (9.9%)
Family history of mental illness None 1175 104 (8.8%)
First Degree relative 156 15 (9.6%)
Other relative 256 17 (6.6%)
Experience of war trauma No 1023 75 (7.3%)
Yes 564 61 (10.8%)
Parents alive Yes 1069 47 (4.4%)
No 518 89 (17.2%)
History of mental illness (attendance at facility) No 1517 132 (8.7%)
Yes 70 4 (5.7%)
Psychiatric disorder/Problems
Anxiety disorder syndrome No 1164 59 (5.1%)
Yes 423 77 (18.2%)
Psychotic disorder syndromes No 1563 126 (8.1%)
Yes 24 10 (41.7%)
Suicidality No 1502 81 (5.4%)
Yes 85 55 (64.7%)
Alcohol and substance abuse disorders No 1565 130 (8.3%)
Yes 22 6 (27.3%)
Motor disorder syndromes No 1574 129 (8.2%)
Yes 13 7 (53.8%)
Behavioral & developmental disorder syndromes No 1508 128 (8.5%)
Yes 79 8 (10.1%)
Eating disorders No 1576 130 (8.2%)
Yes 11 6 (54.6%)
Number of DSM disorders 0 1056 41 (3.9%)
1 445 57 (12.8%)
2 or more 86 38 (44.2%)
Emotional distress (assessed by SDQ scores) Non-case (SDQ < 16) 918 45 (4.9%)
Case (SDQ ≥ 16) 669 91 (13.6%)

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