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Table 1 Comparison between included and excluded participants

From: COVID-19 and psychosis, depression, obsession and quality of life in Lebanese patients with schizophrenia: Any changes after 5 months of quarantine?

  Included Excluded  
  Frequency (%) Frequency (%)  
Gender    
 Male 142 (74.7%) 58 (49.2%) < 0.001
 Female 48 (25.3%) 60 (50.8%)  
Education level    
 Illiterate 12 (6.3%) 8 (6.8%) 0.011
 Primary 34 (17.9%) 40 (33.9%)  
 Complementary 80 (42.1%) 35 (29.7%)  
 Secondary 45 (23.7%) 20 (16.9%)  
 University 19 (10%) 15 (12.7%)  
Marital status    
 Single 162 (85.3%) 92 (78.0%) 0.253
 Married 11 (5.8%) 13 (11%)  
 Widowed 1 (0.5%) 2 (1.7%)  
 Divorced 16 (8.4%) 11 (9.3%)  
Corona knowledge    
 Yes 160 (84.2%) 13 (76.5%) 0.491
 No 30 (15.8%) 4 (23.5%)  
Corona updates    
 Never 48 (25.4%) 5 (29.4%) 0.553
 A little bit 41 (21.7%) 4 (23.5%)  
 Sometimes 33 (17.5%) 5 (29.4%)  
 Most of the time 60 (31.7%) 3 (17.6%)  
 All the time 7 (3.7%) 0 (0%)  
Religion    
 Never 23 (12.2%) 1 (5.9%) 0.347
 A little bit 35 (18.6%) 2 (11.8%)  
 Sometimes 46 (24.5%) 2 (11.8%)  
 Most of the time 73 (38.8%) 10 (58.8%)  
 All the time 11 (5.9%) 2 (11.8%)  
Family history of psychiatric patients    
 Yes 68 (35.8%) 52 (44.1%) 0.152
 No 122 (64.2%) 66 (55.9%)  
Age 53.91 ± 10.51 55.26 ± 12.70 0.312
Number of kids 0.33 ± 1.15 0.41 ± 0.93 0.781
Duration of illness in years 26.12 ± 12.59 26.88 ± 12.83 0.608
Duration of hospitalization in years 14.67 ± 10.33 15.94 ± 9.80 0.286
  1. Numbers in bold indicate significant p values