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Research Article

Emotional and Cognitive Empathy in First-Year Medical Students

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of the sample.

Gender
 Male90 (71%)
 Female36 (29%)
Age
 Mean ± SD21.0 ± 2.94
 Range18–33
 18-19 yrs39 (31%)
 20–24 yrs69 (55%)
 >24 yrs18 (14%)
Grown up with
 Mother10 (8%)
 Father2 (2%)
 Both113 (90%)
 Other1 (1%)
Number of siblings ( )
 Median (min–max)1 (0–10)
Place of living ( )
 At home with family31 (25%)
 Moved out93 (75%)
Religious community
 Active member40 (32%)
 Nonactive member86 (68%)
Number of close relationships
 12 (2%)
 217 (13%)
 319 (15%)
 421 (17%)
 5 or more67 (53%)
Social networking with Facebook
 Yes114 (90%)
 No12 (10%)
Daily internet time
 Less than 1 hour36 (29%)
 More than 1 hour90 (71%)
Specialization choice ( )
 Continuity of patient contact51 (41%)
 Less interpersonal contact40 (32%)
 No idea34 (27%)
Own psychiatric or psychotherapeutic experience
 Yes10 (8%)
 No116 (92%)

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