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Table 1 Clinical and sociodemographic characteristics

From: Associations between the depressive symptoms, subjective cognitive function, and presenteeism of Japanese adult workers: a cross-sectional survey study

Participant characteristicsMean (SD) n (%)
Age, years, mean (SD) (n = 477)41.11 (11.99)
Male sex, n (%) (n = 476)211 (44.3)
Married, n (%) (n = 473)303 (64.1)
Years of education, mean (SD) (n = 477)14.72 (1.80)
Psychiatric history, n (%) (n = 477)53 (11.1)
Current psychiatric treatment, n (%) (n = 472)19 (4.0)
Family history of psychiatric treatment, n (%) (n = 434)50 (11.5)
Drinking, n (%) (n = 477)314 (65.8)
Smoking, n (%) (n = 477)96 (20.1)
PHQ-9, mean (SD) (n = 477)4.23 (4.30)
WLQ-8 Time management, mean (SD) (n = 477)16.06 (20.52)
WLQ-8 Physical activities, mean (SD) (n = 477)15.64 (25.44)
WLQ-8 Mental-interpersonal activities, mean (SD) (n = 477)15.02 (17.87)
WLQ-8 Output activities, mean (SD) (n = 477)14.81 (18.88)
WLQ-8 Index, mean (SD) (n = 477)0.044 (0.045)
WLQ-8 Productivity loss, mean (SD) (n = 477)0.042 (0.042)
COBRA total score, mean (SD) (n = 476)8.45 (6.53)
COBRA total score > 14, n (%) (n = 476)87 (18.3)
  1. PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire-9; WLQ-8 Work Limitations Questionnaire; COBRA Cognitive Complaints in Bipolar Disorder Rating Assessment