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Table 2 Descriptive statistics for the 2084 patients in the first year after a psychiatric crisis care contact

From: Predicting hospitalization following psychiatric crisis care using machine learning

Variable All participants (n = 2084) Hospitalized (n = 710) Not hospitalized (n = 1374) X2 (df) p
M (SD)|n (%) M (SD)|n (%) M (SD)|n (%)
Age
 Years 40.8 (15.1) 41.0 (13.8) 40.7 (15.7) 0.94 (1) 0.33
Sex
 Male 1083 (52.0%) 405 (57.0%) 678 (49.3%) 10.81 (1) 0.001
 Female 1001 (48.0%) 305 (43.0%) 696 (50.7%)   
Diagnosis     120.2 (5) < 0.0001
 Psychotic 807 (38.7%) 373 (52.5%) 434 (31.6%)   
 Depressive 285 (13.7%) 98 (13.8%) 187 (13.6%)   
 Substance related 239 (11.5%) 84 (11.8%) 155 (11.3%)   
 Manic/bipolar 34 (1.6%) 12 (1.7%) 22 (1.6%)   
 Other 561 (26.9%) 103 (14.5%) 458 (33.3%)   
 No or deferred 158 (7.6%) 40 (5.6%) 118 (8.6%)   
Living situation     35.35 (5) < 0.0001
 Alone 1018 (48.8%) 385 (54.2%) 633 (46.1%)   
 With partner/other(s) 564 (27.1%) 142 (20.0%) 422 (30.7%)   
 With parents 235 (11.3%) 73 (10.3%) 162 (11.8%)   
 Homeless 96 (4.6%) 42 (5.9%) 54 (3.9%)   
 Institutionalized 68 (3.3%) 31 (4.4%) 37 (2.7%)   
 Other 103 (4.9%) 37 (5.2%) 66 (4.8%)   
Cultural background     12.16 (5) 0.033
 Dutch 1151 (55.2%) 409 (57.6%) 742 (54.0%)   
 Surinamese/Antilles 303 (14.5%) 124 (17.5%) 189 (13.8%)   
 Moroccan 145 (7.0%) 44 (6.2%) 101 (7.4%)   
 Turkish 82 (4.0%) 22 (3.1%) 60 (4.4%)   
 Other non-western 243 (11.7%) 78 (11.0%) 165 (12.0%)   
 Other western 160 (7.7%) 43 (6.1%) 117 (8.5%)