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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the participants

From: Interrelation between defensive mechanisms and coping strategies in psychiatry trainees in Romania: a multicenter study

Number of participants 112
Age (years)a 27.0 (26.0–30.0)
Gender (female)b 71 (63.4%)
Citizenshipb
 Romanian 110 (98.2%)
 Other 2(1.8%)
Educationb
 Bachelor's degree 108 (96.5%)
 Master's degree 3 (2.6%)
 PhD 1 (0.9%)
Year of residencya 2 (1–4)
Experience in psychiatry (months)a 24 (7–41)
Civil statusb
 Married 32 (28.6%)
 Unmarried 70 (62.5%)
 Single 4 (3.6%)
 Cohabiting partnership 6 (5.3%)
Number of childrena
 None 94 (83.9%)
 One 14 (12.5%)
 Two 4 (3.6%)
Working period (months)a 7 (3–42)
Religionb
 Orthodox 86 (76.8%)
 Catholic 5 (4.5%)
 Greco-catholic 1 (0.9%)
 Reformed 3 (2.7%)
 Agnostic 2 (1.8%)
 Independent 1 (0.9%)
 Atheist 5 (4.4%)
 Undeclared 9 (8.0%)
  1. aContinuous variables (with non-Gaussian distribution) are indicated by their median (interquartile range-IQR)
  2. bCategorical variables are presented by absolute frequency and percentage in the sample