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Table 2 Proportions of participant ratings for positive, neutral and negative evaluation of the survey at baseline and follow-up

From: What do young adolescents think about taking part in longitudinal self-harm research? Findings from a school-based study

  Baseline Follow-up
N Positive (%) Neutral (%) Positive/neutral (%) Negative (%) N Positive (%) Neutral (%) Positive/neutral (%) Negative (%)
Overall 582 170 (28.6) 309 (52.0) 479 (79.7) 103 (17.3) 578 136 (23.5) 300 (51.9) 436 (73.5) 142 (23.9)
SH yes 119 25 (18.5) − 64 (47.4) 183 (60.6) 46 (34.8) +++ 155 30 (19.4) 77 (46.5) 107 (69.0) 48 (31.0)
SH no 439 145 (32.6) 240 (55.3) 391 (86.1) 54 (12.1) −− 423 106 (25.1) 223 (51.3) 329 (77.7) 94 (22.2)
Girls 273 73 (26.7) 147 (49.0) 220 (76.2) 53 (19.4) 270 60 (22.2) 148 (54.8) 208 (77.0) 62 (23)
Boys 293 96 (32.8) 153 (52.2) 249 (84.3) 44 (15.0) 292 74 (25.3) 147 (50.3) 221 (76.0) 71 (24.3)
  1. −/+ Standardised residual score of > 1.96; − −/++ standardised residual score of > 2.58; − − −/+++ standardised residual score of > 3.29 at p < .01 (.05/5)
  2. “SH yes” denotes lifetime incidence of self-harm, “SH no” denotes no reported history of self-harm