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Table 1 Features of the Study Population

From: Adolescents' wellbeing and functioning: relationships with parents' subjective general physical and mental health

Variable N (%) Mean ± SD (range)
(Unless specified otherwise)
Age 1 194 (100.0) 14.66 ± 1.73 (10-21)
Adolescent's Gender* 1 193 (99.91)  
   Male   715 (59.93%)
   Female   478 (40.07%)
Participant Parent's Gender*   
   Mother   797 (76.12%)
   Father   244 (23.30%)
   Other   6 (0.57%)
Physical Well-being 1 178 (98.66) 66.11 ± 19.16 (0-100)
Psychological Well-being 1 187 (99.41) 70.03 ± 19.35 (0-100)
Moods & Emotions 1 168 (97.82) 72.64 ± 18.22 (0-100)
Self Perception 1 181 (98.91) 66.44 ± 21.00 (0-100)
Autonomy 1 173 (98.24) 58.69 ± 23.55 (0-100)
Parents Relations & Home Life 1 168 (97.82) 70.46 ± 20.19 (0-100)
Peers & Social Support Relations 1 161 (97.24) 70.37 ± 21.27 (4.17-100)
School Environment 1 172 (98.16) 64.24 ± 18.74 (0-100)
Bullying 1 188 (99.50) 91.87 ± 14.03 (0-100)
Financial Resources 1 184 (99.16) 69.52 ± 24.33 (0-100)
Parental Health Status (PCS) 973 (81.49) 47.83 ± 6.16 (17.47-62.68)
Parental Health Status (MCS) 973 (81.49) 50.24 ± 8.81 (11.11-69.18)
Results for CSHCN screener*   
   Yes 1 043 (87.35) 35 (3.36%)
   No   1,008 (96.64%)
How well-off do you think the adolescent's family is?*   
   Very well 1 017 (85.18) 65 (6.39%)
   Quite well   272 (26.75%)
   Average   584 (57.42%)
   Not very well   84 (8.26%)
   Not at all well   12 (1.18%)
Social class of the adolescent's family*   
   Lower 965 (80.82) 4 (.41%)
   Working   161 (16.68%)
   Middle   501 (51.92%)
   Upper middle   238 (24.66%)
   Upper   38 (3.94%)
   None   23 (2.38%)
  1. * Absolute and relative frequencies are given.