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Research Article

The Effect of Methylated Vitamin B Complex on Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms and Quality of Life in Adults with Depression

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of the sample.

VariableCategoryTotal Sample
( )
Max Stress B ( )Placebo
( )
Statistic

Age (SD = 7.8; , 68) (SD = 8.1; , 68)M = 52.5 (SD = 7.3; , 67) (58) = 1.6,

GenderMale41 (68.3%)19 (63.3%)22 (73.3%) (1) = 0.4,
Female19 (31.7%)11 (36.7%)8 (26.7%)

Race/ethnicityWhite, non-Hispanic10 (16.7%)4 (13.3%)6 (20.0%) (2) = 0.5,
Black, non-Hispanic38 (63.3%)20 (66.7%)18 (60.0%)
Hispanic12 (20.0%)6 (20.0%)6 (20.0%)

EducationUp to high school40 (67.8%)22 (73.3%)18 (62.1%) (3) = 4.5,
Some post high school training11 (18.6%)6 (20.0%)5 (17.2%)
College graduate4 (6.8%) 4 (13.8%)
Master’s degree or higher4 (6.8%)2 (6.7%)2 (6.9%)

Marital statusNever married29 (49.2%)14 (46.7%)15 (51.7%) (3) = 0.5,
Married7 (11.9%)4 (13.3%)3 (10.3%)
Widowed3 (5.1%)2 (6.7%)1 (3.4%)
Divorced/separated20 (33.9%)10 (33.4%) 10 (34.5%)

Note: : mean; SD: standard deviation; and : range.

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