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TABLE 1

Comparison Between Adolescents With Both Past-Year Substance Use and Recent Mood Symptoms and Those Without (n = 1871)

Full SampleAdolescents With Past-Year Substance Use and Recent Mood Problems (n = 289)Adolescents With Either Past-Year Substance Use or Recent Mood Problems (n = 1582)P
Demographics, n (%)    
 Women 199 (68.9) 842(53.2) <.01 
Race and ethnicity, n (%)    
 White 65 (22.5) 461 (29.1) .15 
 Black 111 (38.4) 525 (33.2) — 
 Asian American 30 (10.4) 189 (11.9) — 
 Hispanic 62 (21.5) 332 (21.0) — 
 Other 5 (1.7) 20 (1.3) — 
Age, mean (SD) 16.1 (0.08) 15.8 (0.04) <.01 
Comorbidity in year before, n (%)    
 Any depression diagnosis 53 (18.3) 96 (6.1) <.01 
 Any substance use diagnosis 8 (2.8) 48 (3.0) .91 
 At least 1 chronic conditiona 52 (18.0) 284 (18.0) .99 
Full SampleAdolescents With Past-Year Substance Use and Recent Mood Problems (n = 289)Adolescents With Either Past-Year Substance Use or Recent Mood Problems (n = 1582)P
Demographics, n (%)    
 Women 199 (68.9) 842(53.2) <.01 
Race and ethnicity, n (%)    
 White 65 (22.5) 461 (29.1) .15 
 Black 111 (38.4) 525 (33.2) — 
 Asian American 30 (10.4) 189 (11.9) — 
 Hispanic 62 (21.5) 332 (21.0) — 
 Other 5 (1.7) 20 (1.3) — 
Age, mean (SD) 16.1 (0.08) 15.8 (0.04) <.01 
Comorbidity in year before, n (%)    
 Any depression diagnosis 53 (18.3) 96 (6.1) <.01 
 Any substance use diagnosis 8 (2.8) 48 (3.0) .91 
 At least 1 chronic conditiona 52 (18.0) 284 (18.0) .99 

—, not applicable.

a

Chronic conditions included asthma, arthritis, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, rhinitis, and sinusitis.

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