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Table 1 Demographic data

From: Psychological symptoms during and after Austrian first lockdown in individuals with bipolar disorder? A follow-up control-group investigation

  BD (n = 20) Controls (n = 20) Statistics
Sex
 Male (N) 10 5  
 Female (N) 10 15 χ2(1) = 2.67, p = 0.102
Age
 Years (M, SD) 49.35 (15.55) 32.65 (9.58) t(38) = 4.09, p < 0.001
Highest education
 Compulsory education (N) 2 0 χ2(5) = 10.28, p = 0.050a
 Apprenticeship (N) 7 1
 A-Levels (N) 5 4
 University Bachelor’s Degree (N) 1 4
 University Master’s Degree (N) 4 7
 University Doctorate (N) 1 4
Marital status
 Married, in relationship (N) 12 12 χ2(3) = 5.33, p = 0.149a
 Single (N) 4 8
 Divorced/Widowed (N) 3 0
Employment
 Unemployed, before the pandemic 1 0 χ2(6) = 22.01, p < 0.001a
 Unemployed, due to the pandemic 1 0
Short-time work 2 1
 Retired/rehabilitation 10 0
 Student 1 3
 Home office 5 10
 Employed 0 6
Living situation
 Alone (N) 5 3 χ2(6) = 4.99, p = 0.605a
 With partner (N) 5 7
 With partner and children (N) 5 3
 With child/children (N) 0 1
 In a shared residence (N) 1 2
 With parents (N) 2 4
 In a multi-generation household (N) 2 0
Inhabitants town of residence
  < 1000 Inhabitants (N) 3 1 χ2(3) = 6.27, p = 0.108
 1000–4999 Inhabitants (N) 6 1
 5000–9999 Inhabitants (N) 2 3
  ≥ 10.000 Inhabitants (N) 9 15
  1. BD   bipolar disorder
  2. aFisher’s exact test