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Table 2 Endorsement of functional impairment and distress

From: Formative psychosocial evaluation using dynamic networks: trauma, stressors, and distress among Darfur refugees living in Chad

Functional Impairment M SD Distress M SD
Standing for long periods 3.16 1.14 Deep sadness 3.29 1.07
Managing household responsibilities 2.61 1.29 Crying uncontrollably 2.86 1.30
Learning a new task 2.89 1.25 Lack of appetite 2.63 1.30
Joining community activities 2.48 1.42 Forgetfulness 2.58 1.36
Emotionally affected by health 2.73 1.25 Thinking too much 3.12 1.06
Concentrating on doing something 2.19 1.39 Palpitations 2.51 1.29
Walking a long distance 3.19 1.12 Headaches 2.51 1.31
Washing whole body 1.56 1.47 Being tormented 2.63 1.35
Getting dressed 1.44 1.44 Feeling bad about surviving 1.67 1.49
Dealing with strangers 2.29 1.43 Recurrent thoughts 3.36 0.95
Maintaining a friendship 2.12 1.49 Recurrent nightmares 3.20 1.02
Day to day work 2.60 1.31 Flashbacks 2.94 1.18
Impact on life 3.15 1.04 Physiological reactivity at cues 2.64 1.26
    Difficulty falling asleep 2.87 1.22
    Irritability or outburst of anger 2.14 1.45
    Feeling lonely 2.62 1.42
    Feeling melancholy 2.88 1.25
    Feeling hopeless about future 2.41 1.53