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Table 1 Population characteristics (data only from the consent group, n = 1721)

From: Validity and reliability of a structured interview for early detection and risk assessment of parenting and developmental problems in young children: a cross-sectional study

Child characteristics:
 Male / female 53,5% / 46,5%
 Place in family order:
  first child 41,7%
  second child 36,7%
  third child 13,8%
  four or younger child 7,8% (max 12 children )
Family characteristics:
 2-parent household 92,5%
 1-parent household 3,1%
 shared household 2,7%
 other (foster-family / adoption /  divorcement /living with  grandparents) 1,7%
Parent characteristics:
 age mother (mean in year, sd) 30,5 (sd 4,8)
 mother aged < 20 yr at birth of  this toddler 0,7% (n = 13)
 age father (mean in year, sd) 33,4 (sd 5,8)
 father aged < 20 yr at birth of this  toddler 0,3% (n = 6)
 Ethnicity: non-Dutch mother 8,7%
 Ethnicity: non-Dutch father 7,8%
 Language: non-Dutch used at  home by mother 9,0%
 Language: non-Dutch used at  home by father 7,5%
 Education:
  Low education 19,4% mother (including 2,3% very low) 21, 2% father (including 1, 9% very low)
  Intermediate education 52,5% mother / 50,7% father
  High education 28,1% mother / 28,1% father
 Employment:
  Employed 72,7% mother / 92,9% father
  Unemployed 1,1% mother / 0,9% father
  Unemployable/unable to work 0,6% mother / 0,8% father
  Stay-at-home mother/father 25,3% mother/ 0,8% father