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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Characteristics of respondents of the survey

CAP (n=56)GPsy (n=86)t/z/χ2pTotal (n=142)
Age (years), n (%)
 Mean43.8040.162.616*0.01041.57
 <4022 (39.28)50 (58.13)72 (50.34)
 40-5019 (33.92)22 (25.58)41 (28.67)
 ≥5013 (23.21)13 (15.11)26 (18.18)
No answer2 (3.57)1 (1.18)3 (2.81)
Sex (male), n (%)24 (42.86)38 (44.19)62 (43.66)
Years of clinical experience, after board13.629.992.542*0.01211.55
acquisition (mean)
Experience of treatment of adults with ADHD, n (%)55 (98.21)79 (91.86)-1.3220.188134 (94.37)
Number of patients the respondent has experience with, n (%)
 <1010 (18.18)41 (51.90)51 (38.06)
 10-5031 (56.37)35 (44.30)66 (49.25)
 ≥5014 (25.45)3 (3.80)17 (12.69)
Percentage of patients showing ADHD core symptoms as initial clinical presentation at the 1st visit, %56.4848.162.024*0.04551.09
Other than ADHD core symptoms
 Bipolar disorder14.1723.75-2.465*0.01620.00
 Depressive disorder44.4838.391.5410.12640.57
 Anxiety disorder23.5632.50-2.602*0.01128.37
 SUD14.0427.17-3.0410.00421.31
 Personality disorder10.3312.14-0.2850.80012.11
 Intermittent explosive disorder25.0824.340.1830.85624.46
 Others13.5014.58-0.3140.77114.09
Percentage of patients who were diagnosed as ADHD, when they were grown up, %55.1966.42-1.995*0.04862.10

p<0.05,

p<0.01. ADHD: attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, CAP: child and adolescent psychiatrists, GPsy: general psychiatrists, SUD: substance abuse disorder

J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2019;30:121-6 https://doi.org/10.5765/jkacap.190020
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