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Table 1 Characteristics of Cohort of 2919 Shanghai Students

From: Developing a predictive tool for psychological well-being among Chinese adolescents in the presence of missing data

Variable N Mean (SD)/Percentage Percent Missingc
Age (years) 2915 11.9 (0.6) 0.1%
Male (%) 2918 53.3% 0.03%
CBCL 1188 13.6 (14.1) 59.3%
YSR 2129 24.4 (19.7) 27.1%
MHI 2110 173.5 (29.9) 27.7%
Psychosocial maladjustment a (%) 868 24.5% 70.3%
SIF Summary Scores b    
What is your overall feeling towards your family? 2879   1.4%
1-3 (favorable) 2451 85.1%  
4 (neutral) 291 10.1%  
5-7 (not favorable) 137 4.8%  
What is your overall feeling towards your school? 2869   1.7%
1-3 (favorable) 2311 80.5%  
4 (neutral) 366 12.8%  
5-7 (not favorable) 192 6.7%  
What is your assessment of your health? 2872   1.6%
1-3 (favorable) 2575 89.7%  
4 (neutral) 188 6.5%  
5-7 (not favorable) 109 3.8%  
What is your assessment of your social skills and social support environment? 2868   1.7%
1-3 (favorable) 2311 80.6%  
4 (neutral) 396 13.8%  
5-7 (not favorable) 161 5.6%  
  1. a Psychosocial maladjustment defined as a gender specific score above the 95th percentile on either the CBCL, YSR, or MHI multi-component scales
  2. b SIF summary scores are rated on an integer scale of 1 (most favorable) to 7 (least favorable)
  3. c Calculated as a percentage out of 2919
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