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Table 1 Participant demographics and psychosocial characteristics at baseline

From: Late chronotype predicts more depressive symptoms in bipolar disorder over a 5 year follow-up period

Baseline characteristics (n = 318)  
Age (SD) years 43.7 (13.3)
Sex
 Females (number, %) 223 (70%)
 Males (number, %) 95 (30%)
Chronotype, n = 318  
 Early chronotype (number, %) 135 (42%)
 Normal chronotype (number %)
 Late chronotype (number, %)
36 (11%)
147 (46%)
PHQ-9 (mean, SD) n = 297 8.0 (6.4)
 PHQ-9 ≥ 5 (number, %) 190 (64%)
GAD-7 (mean, SD) n = 221 5.8 (4.4)
 GAD-7 ≥ 10 (number, %) 48 (22%)
HAM-D (mean, SD) n = 265 2.4 (0.7)
 HAM-D ≥ 10 (number, %) 100 (38%)
YMRS (mean, SD) n = 290 3.2 (4.5)
 YMRS ≥ 12 (number, %) 15 (5%)
  1. The mean and SD of each measure at baseline is listed
  2. The sample size and percentage of the sample meeting the defined cut-off score at baseline is also described