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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics, level of happy childhood experiences (JTV), Symptom Check List-90 scores, number of negative life events between T0 and T1, percent of twin pairs allocated to the same group, and number, mean levels, and SDs of ESM variables for the Stable and Increase groups

From: Measuring resilience prospectively as the speed of affect recovery in daily life: a complex systems perspective on mental health

MeasureThe Stable groupThe Increase group
 Number of people8077
 % females68.75%63.64%
 Education (n)
  Low education84
  Middle education5054
  High education2217
  No data02
 Ethnicity (n)
  Caucasian7876
  Asian10
  No data11
 % of twin pairs allocated to the same group9.5914.03
 MSDRangeMSDRange
 Age at T017.853.9814–3316.953.6015–34
 JTV sum score at T0*15.581.5711–1714.962.167–17
 SCL-90 sum score at T0127.0826.1392–214130.7333.9190–245
 SCL-90 sum score at T1*121.9425.8990–212156.6542.18105–305
 Number of negative life events between T0 and T12.951.441–73.401.981–10
 ESM measures at T0
  Number of unpleasant events15.919.011–5017.1210.002–44
 MSD within-personMSD within-person
  Level of unpleasantness of unpleasant events0.910.860.870.86
  Negative affect score1.720.511.870.61
  Positive affect score4.880.834.720.91
  1. Note: * corresponds to a significant difference (p < 0.05) between Stable and Increase groups