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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of the participants

From: Predictors of clinically important improvements in occupational and quality of life outcomes among mental health service users after completion and follow-up of a lifestyle intervention: multiple regression modelling based on longitudinal data

CharacteristicsN = 133
Women (%)77
Age (mean, SD)40 (11)
Married or cohabiting (%)30
Living situation (%)
 Own house or flat, no support66
 Own house or flat, with support25
 Supported housing2
 Lodging7
Education (%)
 Nine-year compulsory school or lower18
 Upper secondary school59
 College/university education23
Having children (%)47
Having a friend (%)83
Having seen friend (%)63
From specialized psychiatry (%)80
Self-esteem (mean, range)−0.2 (−1 ̶ 1)
Self-mastery (mean, range)17 (10–27)
GAF symptoms (GAF-S) (mean, range)52 (27–80)
GAF functioning (GAF-F) (mean, range)50 (30–90)
Diagnosis (%)
 Mood/anxiety disorders52
 Psychosis19
 ADHD/ADD23
 Other6
  1. Internal attrition in a number of subjects between 1 and 11 occurred on the variables