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Table 3 Frequency table of psychopathology* unlikely, possible and probable estimated on the basis of the teachers' responses and a combination of the teachers' and the children's responses, respectively

From: Mental health among children seeking asylum in Denmark – the effect of length of stay and number of relocations: a cross-sectional study

Psychopathology 4–16-year-old children 11–16-year-old children
  (Teachers' responses) (Combination of teachers' and the 11–16-year-old chi ldren's responses)
  N = 246 % N = 107 %
Unlikely 118 48 29 27
Possible** 42 17 16 15
Probable 86 35 62 58
  1. * The categorisation is formed on the basis of a manual based on British data (background population and clinical child psychiatric material).
  2. ** Former investigations of the prediction of the SDQ have shown that of these children with an estimated psychopathology possible around 10–26% have a psychiatric diagnosis and around 74–90% do not have a psychiatric diagnosis [23, 24].