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Table 1 Participants Characteristics

From: Combining approach bias modification with working memory training during inpatient alcohol withdrawal: an open-label pilot trial of feasibility and acceptability

  M/n SD/%
Age (M years /SD) 42.7 8.9
Gender (n/% female) 17 46
Born in Australia (n/%) 32 89
Any post-secondary education (n/%) 22 59
Receiving unemployment or disability support benefits (n/%) 17 46
Relationship status (n/% single) 21 57
Any psychiatric comorbidityb (n/%) 32 87
Family history of AUD (n/%) 24 65
Total drinking days in past month (M/SD) 27.2 5.4
Standard drinksa in the past month (M/SD) 497.0 263.3
SADQ-C score (M/SD) 28.6 12.5
Anti-craving medications at admission (n/%)c 15 44
  1. AUD alcohol use disorder, SADQ-C Severity of Alcohol Dependence Questionnaire (community version), SD standard deviation
  2. aIn Australia, a ‘standard drink’ is defined as 10 g (i.e. 12.7 ml) of pure alcohol
  3. bPsychiatric diagnoses included depression (n = 24), anxiety disorders (n = 24), bipolar disorder (n = 7), post-traumatic stress disorder (n = 3), and other disorders (n = 3)
  4. cData on whether anti-craving medications were administered at admission was missing for 3 participants