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Table 1 Sociodemographic, clinical, cognitive and neurophysiological values in patients and healthy controls

From: Cognitive outcome and gamma noise power unrelated to neuregulin 1 and 3 variation in schizophrenia

  All patients (N = 31) Healthy controls (N = 23)
Age 36.42 (12.07) 31.91 (13.14)
Sex (M:F) 18:13 13:10
Marital status (% singles)** 96.30 68.18
Employment status (% employed)* 42.31 77.27
Education (completed courses) 10.94 (3.81) 11.50 (3.00)
Total IQ** 81.68 (14.20) 104.00 (13.09)
PANSS positive 20.25 (4.33) N/A
PANSS negative 19.68 (5.54) N/A
PANSS total 75.46 (12.11) N/A
BACS - verbal memory*** 36.18 (12.38) 54.87 (7.68)
BACS - working memory*** 16.93 (5.16) 22.17 (3.77)
BACS - motor speed*** 50.24 (15.52) 64.61 (14.85)
BACS - verbal fluency*** 16.41 (4.76) 25.48 (4.84)
BACS - processing speed*** 37.32 (14.72) 58.57 (12.24)
BACS - problem solving*** 12.33 (6.12) 17.52 (3.10)
P3b valid segments (n) 44.87(21.05) 57.13(24.48)
Pz amplitude S2 (P3a; μV) 0.870 (1.125) 1.297 (0.981)
Pz amplitude S3 (P3b; μV)** 0.815 (1.587) 1.935 (0.910)
Gamma noise power F3 (μV2) 0.012 (0.012) 0.009 (0.015)
Gamma noise power F4 (μV2) 0.012 (0.013) 0.008 (0.009)
Gamma noise power P3 (μV2)** 0.012 (0.009) 0.006 (0.004)
Gamma noise power P4 (μV2)** 0.012 (0.007) 0.007 (0.004)
  1. Data specified as percentage (%), simple distribution or pertaining to Mean (S.D.); *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001 (Chi square test or Student's t test when corresponding); N/A, not applicable.