Table 4 Psychiatric disorders and the overlap between diagnostic categories
Psychiatric disordersPrevalence in study group (N = 270)Prevalence in diagnostic group n, (%)
n (%)A. MDDB. BPCPDD. PADE.OCDF.PTSDG. SIAH. SUDI. ICDJ. ASPDK. COCD
A. Major depressive disorder (MDD)131 (49%)0 (0.0%)17 (13%)57 (44%)17 (13%)18 (14%)18 (14%)116 (89%)29 (22%)85 (65%)43 (33%)
B. Any bipolar disorder (BP)14 (5%)0 (0.0%)1 (7%)5 (36%)1 (7%)1 (7%)1 (7%)13 (93%)4 (29%)9 (64%)7 (50%)
C. Any psychotic disorder (PD)22 (8%)17 (81%)1
(5%)
8 (36%)6 (27%)4 (18%)7 (32%)22 (100%)5 (24%)18 (86%)13 (62%)
D. Panic/agoraphobic disorder (PAD)79 (29%)57 (72%)5 (6%)8 (10%)13 (17%)9 (11%)3 (4%)72 (91%)19 (24%)57 (72%)26 (33%)
E. Obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD)22 (8%)17 (77%)1 (5%)6 (27%)13 (59%)2 (9%)3 (14%)21 (96%)7 (32%)19 (86%)12 (55%)
F. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)28 (10%)18 (64%)1 (4%)4 (14%)9 (32%)2 (7%)2 (7%)23 (82%)8 (29%)16 (57%)9 (32%)
G. Substance-induced anxiety (SIA)22 (8%)18 (82%)1 (5%)7 (32%)3 (14%)3 (14%)2 (9%)22 (100%)8 (36%)18 (82%)7 (32%)
H. Any substance use disorder (SUD)228 (84%)116 (51%)13 (6%)22 (10%)72 (32%)21 (9%)23 (10%)22 (10%)49 (22%)163 (72%)68 (30%)
I. Any impulse control disorders (ICD)56 (21%)29 (52%)4 (7%)5 (9%)19 (34%)7 (13%)8 (14%)8 (14%)49 (88%)46 (82%)20 (36%)
J. Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)170 (63%)85 (50%)9 (5%)18 (11%)57 (34%)19 (11%)16 (10%)18 (11%)163 (96%)46 (27%)66 (39%)
K. Childhood-onset conduct disorder (COCD)73 (27%)43 (59%)7 (10%)13 (18%)26 (36%)12 (17%)9 (13%)7 (10%)68 (93%)20 (27%)66 (90%)
  • Note. Coloured background indicates statistically significant overlap between diagnostic categories after correcting for multiple comparisons, light green = pFDR≤0.10, mid-green = pFDR≤0.05, dark green = .pFDR≤0.01.