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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of participants (and deviation of neutral score)

From: Considering patient safety in autonomous e-mental health systems – detecting risk situations and referring patients back to human care

Characteristics   F(1,318) p. value
Age in years, mean (SD) 36 (10.41)   
Gender, n (%)
 Female 91 (56.88)   
 Male 67 (41.88)   
 Other 2 (1.25)   
Insomnia severity index score, Mean (SD) 17 (6.53)   
 No insomnia, n (%) 10 (6.31)   
 Sub-threshold, n (%) 54 (33.46)   
 Moderate severity insomnia, n (%) 55 (34,57)   
 Severe insomnia, n (%) 41 (25,65)   
Main concern not seeking care
 Money, n (%) 128 (79.92)   
  No problem, Mean in $ (SD) 24.76 (20.66)   
  Maybe a problem, Mean in $ (SD) 39.68(22.27)   
  Problematic, Mean in $ (SD) 57.01(27.59)   
 Travel time, n (%) 15 (9.29)   
  No problem, Mean in hours (SD) 0.67 (0.47)   
  Maybe a problem, Mean in hours (SD) 1(0.58)   
      Problematic, Mean in hours (SD) 1.85(1.07)   
 Social stigma, n (%) 17 (10.78)   
  Family, n (%) 5 (29.41)   
  Friends, n (%) 3 (17.65)   
  Boss, n (%) 12 (70.59)   
Intention to self-refer, mean (SD) 0.76 (1.85) 52.28 <.001
Intention to contact agent again, mean (SD) −0.03 (1.98) 0.05 .824
Feeling of being heard by agent, mean (SD) 0.79 (1.66) 52.09 <.001
  1. For the main personal concern not to seek human care, also the values entered for ‘no problem’, ‘maybe a problem’ and ‘definitely a problem’ (money per hour, travel time in hours), or social group most likely to be a problem (social stigma)