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Research Article

Novel Psychoactive Substances in Young Adults with and without Psychiatric Comorbidities

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics.

VariablePsychiatric patients (%)Healthy subjects (%)

Age21.4 ± 2.7 years22.01 ± 2.6 years

GenderMale: 45.6%Male: 44.6%
Female: 56.4%Female: 55.4%

Level of educationalPrimary degree: 1.5%Primary degree: 0.2%
Middle school: 21.7%Middle school: 8%
High school: 63.1%High school: 66.6%
University: 13.8%University: 25.1%

Job statusStudent: 37.4%Student: 59%
Student/worker: 8.7%Student/worker: 10.8%
Worker: 22.3%Worker: 19.7%
Unemployed: 31.6%Unemployed: 10.5%

Living statusParents: 75.5%Parents: 67.4%
Friends: 9.3%Friends: 20.6%
Alone: 10.3%Alone: 8.1%
Partner: 4.9%Partner: 4%

Psychiatric diagnosis (DSM-5)Psychotic Disorders: 20.9%
Depressive disorders: 15.5%
Bipolar disorder: 13.1%,
Anxiety disorders: 27.2%
Personality disorders: 17%
DOC: 6.3%