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Table 1. 
Demographics and clinical variables
VariableMean (range)Correlation with HSS r (p value)
Age (y) 66.8 ± 8 (51–84) 0.18 (0.345) 
Duration (y) 5.8 ± 4 (1.2–16) −0.05 (0.785) 
LEDD 617.8 ± 392 (125–1548) −0.06 (0.767) 
H & Y 1.9 ± 0.5 (1–3) 0.01 (0.949) 
MDS-UPDRS III 30.0 ± 14 (7–55) 0.29 (0.125) 
MMSE 28.5 ± 2 (25–30) −0.06 (0.762) 
TMTB-A 78.9 ± 65 (−1–123) 0.33 (0.080) 
BPP % misperceptions 18.5 ± 17 (0–49) – 
PsycH-QA 9.5 ± 8 (0–34) – 
VariableMean (range)Correlation with HSS r (p value)
Age (y) 66.8 ± 8 (51–84) 0.18 (0.345) 
Duration (y) 5.8 ± 4 (1.2–16) −0.05 (0.785) 
LEDD 617.8 ± 392 (125–1548) −0.06 (0.767) 
H & Y 1.9 ± 0.5 (1–3) 0.01 (0.949) 
MDS-UPDRS III 30.0 ± 14 (7–55) 0.29 (0.125) 
MMSE 28.5 ± 2 (25–30) −0.06 (0.762) 
TMTB-A 78.9 ± 65 (−1–123) 0.33 (0.080) 
BPP % misperceptions 18.5 ± 17 (0–49) – 
PsycH-QA 9.5 ± 8 (0–34) – 

LEDD = levodopa equivalence daily dose; MDS-UPDRS III = motor part of the Movement Disorder Society Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale; H & Y = Hoehn and Yahr; MMSE = Mini-Mental State Examination; TMTB-A = Trail Making Test Part B – Part A; BPP = bistable percept paradigm; PsycH-QA = Psychosis and Hallucinations Questionnaire, Part A.

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