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Table 1 Sociodemographic data and anhedonia scores of the total sample (n = 145 patients)

From: Anhedonia in schizophrenia and major depression: state or trait?

Sociodemographic variables Schizophrenic patients (n = 80) Depressed patients (n = 65)
Gender:   
   Male 46 (57.5%) 30 (46.2%)
   Female 34 (42.5%) 35 (53.8%)
Civil state:   
   Unmarried 56 (70%) 31 (47.7%)
   Married 24 (30%) 34 (52.3%)
Occupation:   
   Employed 36 (45%) 37 (56.9%)
   Unemployed 44 (55%) 28 (43.1%)
Age (years) 36.21 ± 9.36 35.54 ± 8.24
Duration of illness (years) 11.57 ± 7.95 10.63 ± 6.44
Education (years) 10.85 ± 3.34 11.08 ± 2.67
PAS total score 20.90 ± 8.04 15.32 ± 6.72
SAS total score 15.87 ± 6.35 13.07 ± 5.66
PAS cut-off (≥ 18) 48 (60%) 27 (41.5%)
SAS cut-off (≥ 12) 52 (65%) 32 (49.2%)
'Double cut-off' 36 (45%) 24 (36.9%)
  1. Mean ± standard deviation (SD) or percentages (%) are reported.