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Table 7 Difference in the mean scores of Spiritual Well-Being Scale based on the sociodemographic and clinical data (N = 100)

From: Correlation of self-compassion and spiritual well-being with drug craving in people with substance use disorders

Personal characteristics Mean rank Test P value
Age category 20–29 45 Kruskal-Wallis test
Chi-square = 3.971
0.137
30–39 57
40 and over 48
Gender Male 50 Mann-Whitney U = 106 0.450
Female 42
Marital status Single 53 Mann-Whitney U = 440 0.060
Married 42
Occupation No job 50 Mann-Whitney U = 965 0.877
Has a job 49
Education Illiterate 36 Kruskal-Wallis test
Chi-square = 6.895
0.142
Primary school 40
Secondary school 47
High school 50
University education 52
Place of residence Suburb 50 Mann-Whitney U = 1182 0.899
City 51
Income Not Sufficient 42 Mann-Whitney U = 857 0.314
Sufficient 51
Presence of mental illness in the family No 49 Mann-Whitney U = 289.5 0.318
Yes 60
Type of narcotic Tramadol 33 Kruskal-Wallis test
Chi-square = 9.373
0.058
Strox 47
Heroin 57
Cannabis 40
Benzodiazepine 45