Comparison between included and excluded participants regarding baseline characteristics and neuropsychological test scores, SU.VI.MAX 2 Study, 2007–2009 (N = 6,850).

a<p>P values based on Kruskal-Wallis test or chi-squared test.</p>b<p>Without energy from alcohol.</p>c<p>Sex-adjusted %.</p>d<p>Number of words.</p>e<p>The score on the trail making test is reported as time taken to complete the task. A lower score indicates better performance.</p>f<p>Number of correct sequences was repeated until the participant failed two consecutive trials of the same digit span.</p>g<p>CES-D range between 0 and 60; lower score indicates fewer depressive symptoms.</p>