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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of participants

From: Cumulative childhood trauma and complex psychiatric symptoms in pregnant women and expecting men

  Participants included in the analyses on prevalence only Participants included in the analyses on symptom complexity
Demographics Women
(n = 2224)
Men
(n = 212)
Women
(n = 1779)
Men
(n = 118)
Age, mean (SD) 29.4 (4.3) 30.8 (5.4) 29.52 (4.20) 31.55 (6.04)
Primiparous, n (%) 1425 (65.7%) 127 (68.3%) 1131 (63.7%) 65 (55.1%)
Marital status, n (%)     
In relationship 2145 (96.8%) 212 (100%) 1717 (96.8%) 118 (100%
Single 72 (3.25%) 0 56 (3.2%) -
Education level, n (%)     
No high school diploma 58 (2.8%) 17 (8.0%) 31 (1.7%) 8 (6.8%)
High school diploma 125 (5.6%) 28 (13.2%) 97 (5.5%) 14 (11.9%)
Collegial or professional training 930 (41.8%) 106 (50.0%) 726 (40.9%) 118 (49.2%)
University degree 1107 (49.8%) 61 (28.8%) 921 (51.9%) 38 (32.2%)
Ethnicity, n (%)     
White 2109 (95.9%) 199 (95.7%) 1698 (96.4%) 113 (96.6%)
First Nations 19 (0.9%) 3 (1.4%) 10 (0.6%) 1 (0.9%)
Black 19 (0.9%) 1 (0.5%) 13 (0.7%) 1 (0.9%)
Hispanic 25 (1.1%) 2 (1.0%) 22 (1.2%) 2 (1.7%)
Asian 8 (0.4%) 3 (1.4%) 5 (0.3%) 0
Other 19 (0.9%) 0 14 (0.8%) 0
Annual household income, n (%)     
Can $34 999 or less 182 (8.7%) 20 (14.0%) 147 (8.3%) 14 (11.9%)
Can $35 000 – 64 999$ 375 (18.0%) 31 (21.7%) 304 (17.2%) 26 (22.0%)
Can $65 000$ - 85 999$ 656 (31.5%) 49 (34.3%) 547 (30.9%) 42 (35.6%)
Can $95 000 or more 869 (41.7%) 34 (30.1%) 751 (42.5%) 36 (30.5%)
  1. Note. Sociodemographic data were available for 2436 participants (2224 women).