2.4. Sociodemographic Variables
This protocol is extracted from research article:
Factors Related to Depression Associated with Chewing Problems in the Korean Elderly Population
Int J Environ Res Public Health, Jun 7, 2021; DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18116158

As sociodemographic variables, age, educational level, marriage status, individual income, current alcohol consumption, current smoking status, and aerobic physical activity were collected using questionnaires. The educational levels were divided into “≤ middle school” or “≥ high school.” Marital status was divided into “married” as the current marriage status and “unmarried,” including never married, divorced, and widowed. Individual income was classified into “low” and “high” based on their income’s median. The subjects were classified as a “regular drinker” or “nondrinker” based on their alcohol consumption during the past 1 year and a “current smoker” or “nonsmoker” based on their current smoking pattern. Usual aerobic physical activity was divided into “yes” or “no” based on activity during the previous week.

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