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Table 1 Sociodemographic data of participants in relation to lifetime suicide attempts and NSSI

From: Immigration as risk factor for non-suicidal self-injury and suicide attempts in adolescents in Germany

  Total Suicide attempt NSSI
Total 452 (100%) 18 (4.0%) 92 (20.4%)
Age [M (SD)] 14.85 (0.58)   
Gender (m/f) 243 (53.8%)/209 (46.2%) 7 (3.04%)/11 (5.56%) 31 (12.97%)/61 (29.76%)
Participants
 Born in Germany 424 (93.8%) 13 (3.24%) 80 (19.16%)
 Born outside of Germany 28 (6.2%) 5 (17.86%) 12 (42.86%)
  Born in Turkey 3 (0.7%) 2 (66.67%) 2 (66.67%)
  Born in Russia (or former USSR) 5 (1.1%) 1 (20.00%) 3 (60.00%)
  Born in another foreign country 20 (4.4%) 2 (10.00%) 7 (36.84%)
Both parents born in Germany 329 (72.79%) 7 (2.13%) 55 (16.72%)
At least one parent born outside of Germany 123 (27.21%) 11 (8.94%) 37 (30.08%)
Fathers
 Born in Germany 348 (77.0%) 13 (3.95%) 64 (18.71%)
 Born outside of Germany 104 (33%) 5 (4.81%) 28 (26.92%)
  Born in Turkey 35 (7.7%) 3 (9.38%) 12 (35.29%)
  Born in Russia (or former USSR) 10 (2.2%) 1 (10.00%) 3 (30.00%)
  Born in another foreign country 59 (13.1%) 1 (1.75%) 13 (22.41%)
Mothers
 Born in Germany 351 (77.7%) 9 (2.71%) 64 (18.55%)
 Born outside of Germany 101 (32.3%) 9 (8.91%) 28 (27.72%)
  Born in Turkey 33 (7.3%) 3 (10.00%) 10 (31.52%)
  Born in Russia (or former USSR) 10 (2.2%) 1 (10.00%) 3 (20.00%)
  Born in another foreign country 58 (12.8%) 5 (8.77%) 15 (26.31%)