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Table 1 Score of health-related quality of life variables of study population, divided by four components (life habits, social context, emotional status, and cognitive ability) and by their respective dimensions (observed variables)

From: A new integrated approach for adolescent health and well-being: the AVATAR project

 Well-being dimensions (Observed variables)SampleMedianIQR
ComponentsLifestyle habitsPhysical well-being48.04 (10.01)47.0842.53–52.43
Autonomy45.51 (8.81)45.1740.08–50.77
Financial resources48.25 (9.78)49.2741.92–56.35
Diet2.25 (0.08)2.001.00–4.00
Physical activity2 (0.03)2.002.00–2.00
Social contextParent relations49.79 (9.04)49.5044.09–54.65
Peers50.03 (9.96)50.2443.60–54.93
School environment49.14 (8.40)48.6143.81–54.22
Bullying48.03 (10.25)48.0738.29–58.84
Emotional statusPsychological well-being46.53 (10.82)47.1239.91–54.49
Mood47.23 (8.84)47.1541.21–54.02
Self-perception52.07 (10.16)49.7643.17–60.11
Emotion31.76 (8.08)31.0026.00–37.00
Cognitive abilityExecutive function3.73 (2.18)4.002.00–6.00
School performance-Language & Literature20.63 (5.01)21.0018.00–24.00
School performance-Science20.21 (5.24)20.0017.00–24.00
School performance- Language acquisition9.25 (3.15)10.007.00–12.00
  1. Data shown as mean (SD). IQR: interquartile range