Table 3

Participants’ Trajectory Status, Disability Status, and Quantitative Mood Scores at Study Interview Points

ParticipantTrajectorymRSa at BaselinemRSa at 12 Months (unless specified)K10 at BaselinesK10 at 3 MonthsK10 at 6 MonthsK10 at 9 MonthsK10 at 12 Months
2Resilient3 D0 IWellWellMildMild
6Resilient4 D3 DWellWellWellWellWell
9Resilient4 D4 DWellWellWellWellWell
10Resilient1 I1 IWellWellWellWellWell
19Resilient3 D1 IWellWellWellWellWell
1Crisis4 D0 IWellWellWellWellWell
5Crisis1 I0 IModerateModerateModerateMild
12Crisis4 D1 IWellWellWellWellWell
17Crisis3 D0 IWellWellWellWellWell
20Crisis4 D1 IWellModerateSevereSevereSevere
7Emergent4 D0 IWellMildSevereModerate
13Emergent4 D3 DWellMildMild
14Emergent3 D5 DSevereSevere
3Recovered3 D1 IModerateSevereMildMild
4Recovered2 I0 IModerateSevereModerateMildMild
8Recovered2 I1 IWellWellWellWellWell
11Recovered4 D0 IWellWellWellWellWell
15Recovered4 D4 DModerateModerateMildModerateWell
16Recovered1 I0 IWellWellWellWellWell
18Recovered4 D3 DSevereSevereSevereSevereModerate
21Recovered4 D4 DSevereSevereSevereModerateWell
22Recovered3 D1 IWellWellWellWellWell
23Recovered4 D3 DSevereSevereSevereMildWell
  • D=dependent; I=independent; K10=Kessler-10; mRS=Modified Rankin Scale.

  • Notes: mRS categorization as follows: I = independent’ (mRS ≤2); D = dependent’ (mRS ≥3 and ≤5); K10 scoring28: well equates to “likely to be well” = 10–19; mild equates to ‘”likely to have a mild disorder” = 20–24; moderate equates to “likely to have a moderate mental disorder” = 25–29; severe equates to “likely to have a severe mental disorder” = 30–50).28