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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the sample

From: Parenting discipline styles and child psychopathology in a clinical sample of Egyptian children in the Nile Delta region

(n = 207)
Demographic variables  
Age (mean ± SD) 10.8 ± 2.8
Female parents (N—%) 176 (85%)
Female children (N—%) 64 (30.9%)
SES (mean ± SD) 47.7 ± 12.1
IQ median (min.–max.) 84 (71–116)
Diagnostic category  
Borderline intellectual functioning (BIF) (N—%) 105 (50.7%)
ADHD (N—%) 112 (54.1%)
Elimination disorders (N—%) 34 (16.4%)
Disruptive behavior disorders (N—%) 30 (14.5%)
Depression (N—%) 27 (13%)
Anxiety disorders (N—%) 8 (3.9%)
Tic disorders (N—%) 5 (2.4%)
Stuttering (N—%) 5 (2.4%)
Obsessive-compulsive spectrum (OCS) (N—%) 4 (1.9%)
Bipolar disorders (N—%) 3 (1.4%)
Trauma-related disorder (N—%) 2 (1%)