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Table 1 Sociodemographic data of the medical students; means and standard deviations (SD) of the variables

From: Perceived stress in first year medical students - associations with personal resources and emotional distress

  Total
N = 321, 100%
Male
n = 127, 39.6%
Female
n = 194, 60.4%
PSQ-20
M (S.D.)
PHQ-4
M (SD)
PHQ-2
M (SD)
GAD-2
M (SD)
Age, M (S.D.) 21.80 (3.93) 21.79 (3.96) 21.80 (3.93) Total: .397 (0.154) Total:2.65 (2.197) Total:1.26 (1.123) Total: 1.40 (1.356)
Male: .383 (.162) Male: 2.65 (2.136) Male: 1.36 (1.092) Male: 1.46 (1.418)
Female: .407 (.148) Female: 2.65 (2.242) Female: 1.36 (1.166) Female: 1.29 (1.254)
German family background 226 (70.4%) 86 (68.3.1%) 140 (71.8%) .390 (.151) 2.61 (2.207) 1.24 (1.169) 1.37 (1.307)
International family background 95 (29.6%) 40 (31.7%) 55 (28.2%) .412 (.160) 2.76 (2.182) 1.29 (1.009) 1.46 (1.472)
 European (EU) family background 28 (8.7%) 10 (7.9%) 18 (9.2%) .378 (.138) 2.29 (1.740) 1.14 (.932) 1.14 (1.208)
 Family background from outside EU 41 (12.8%) 22 (17.5%) 19 (9.7%) .402 (.167) 2.78 (2.361) 1.29 (1.055) 1.49 (1.583)
 Internationally mixed family background 26 (8.1%) 8 (6.3%) 18 (9.2%) .462 (.163) 3.23 (2.179) 1.46 (1.029) 1.77 (1.531)
No part time job 240 (74.8%) 94 (74.6%) 146 (74.9%) .394 (.153) 2.74 (2.256) 1.27 (1.123) 1.47 (1.396)
Part time job 81 (25.2%) 32 (25.4%) 49 (25.2%) .407 (.159) 2.41 (2.005) 1.22 (1.129) 1.19 (1.396)
 Up to 10 h per week 63 (19.6%) 19 (15.1%) 44 (22.6%) .394 (.155) 2.25 (1.805) 1.16 (1.096) 1.10 (1.073)
 More than 10 h per week 18 (5.6%) 13 (10.3%) 5 (2.6%) .453 (.167) 2.94 (2.578) 1.44 (1.247) 1.50 (1.618)