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Table 1 Characteristics of the study subjects, Zagreb, Croatia, 2014

From: Influence of different domains of social capital on psychological distress among Croatian high school students

  Total Males Females
(n = 3427) (n = 1688) (n = 1739)
Family support in school    
 High 3242 (94.60) 1598 (94.66) 1644 (94.54)
 Low 185 (5.40) 90 (5.34) 95 (5.46)
Neighborhood trust    
 High 2323 (67.78) 1222 (72.39) 1101 (63.31)
 Low 1104 (32.22) 466 (27.61) 638 (36.69)
Informal social control    
 High 2599 (75.84) 1269 (75.17) 1330 (76.48)
 Low 828 (24.16) 419 (24.83) 409 (23.52)
Teacher-student interpersonal trust    
 High 2377 (69.36) 1203 (71.27) 1174 (67.51)
 Low 1050 (30.64) 485 (28.73) 565 (32.49)
Student interpersonal trust    
 High 2587 (75.48) 1349 (79.92) 1238 (71.20)
 Low 840 (24.52) 339 (20.08) 501 (28.80)
Students’ collaboration in school    
 High 2968 (86.60) 1502 (88.98) 1466 (84.30)
 Low 459 (13.40) 186 (11.02) 273 (15.70)
Body mass index    
 Normal 3001 (87.56) 1367 (80.98) 1634 (93.96)
 Overweight/Obese 426 (12.44) 321 (19.02) 105 (6.04)
Self-rated health    
 Good 2763 (80.62) 1449 (85.84) 1314 (75.56)
 Poor 664 (19.38) 239 (14.16) 425 (24.44)
Self-perceived socioeconomic status    
 High/Middle 2064 (60.22) 1008 (59.71) 1056 (60.72)
 Low 1363 (39.78) 680 (40.29) 683 (39.28)
Psychological distress    
 High 848 (24.75) 274 (16.24) 574 (33.00)
 Low 2579 (75.25) 1414 (83.76) 1165 (67.00)
Physical activity    
 High/Moderate 2943 (85.87) 1499 (88.80) 1444 (83.03)
 Low 484 (14.13) 189 (11.20) 295 (16.97)