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Table 5 Self-reported Beck Depression Inventory, Beck Hopelessness Scale, and Generalized Self-Efficacy scale scores; differences according to suicide intention and gender 3 months after self-poisoning

From: Treatment received, satisfaction with health care services, and psychiatric symptoms 3 months after hospitalization for self-poisoning

  Total sample Females Males Suicide attempt Appeal Substance-use-related poisoning
BDI 0 to 63 (95% CI) 23.3 (21.5 to 25.1) 25.2 (23 to 27.4) 20.3 (17.5 to 23.1; P = 0.009) 25.6 (22.9 to 28.3) 24.9 (21.8 to 28) 20.1 (16.7 to 23.4; P = 0.024)
BHS 0 to 20 (95% CI) 10.1 (9.7 to 11) 10.2 (9.2 to 11.2) 10.2 (8.7 to 11.6; P = 0.979) 11.1 (9.7 to 12.4) 10.6 (9.1 to 12.1) 8.7 (7.1 to 10.3; P = 0.064)
GSE 10 to 40 (95% CI) 25.2 (24.2 to 26.1) 25.2 (23.9 to 26.4) 25.5 (23.9 to 27.1; P = 0.745) 24.3 (22.6 to 26) 24.4 (22.7 to 26) 27.2 (25.4 to 28.9; P = 0.033)
  1. One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to compare means regarding the intention variable, and an independent t test was used to analyze gender effect.
  2. BDI = Beck Depression Inventory; BHS = Beck Hopelessness Scale; GSE = General Self-Efficacy Scale.