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Percentages of Clinical and Community Samples in CTQ Severity Quartiles
figureposted on 11.08.2019, 18:23 authored by Kai MacDonald, Michael L. Thomas, Andres F. Sciolla, Beacher Schneider, Katherine Pappas, Gijs Bleijenberg, Martin Bohus, Bradley Bekh, Linda Carpenter, Alan Carr, Udo Dannlowski, Martin Dorahy, Claudia Fahlke, Ricky Finzi-Dottan, Tobi Karu, Arne Gerdner, Heide Glaesmer, Hans Jörgen Grabe, Marianne Heins, Dianna T Kenny, Daeho Kim, Hans Knoop, Jill Lobbestael, Christine Lochner, Grethe Lauritzen, Edle Ravndal, Shelley Riggs, Vedat Sar, Ingo Schäfer, Nicole Schlosser, Melanie L Schwandt, Murray B Stein, Claudia Subic-Wrana, Mark Vogel, Katja Wingenfeld
X-Axis: Quartiles of childhood maltreatment based on total CTQ scores: none, low, moderate, and severe. Y-Axis: The percentage of subjects whose CTQ scores fall into that severity quartile. Within each quartile, the bar depicted on the left represents the percentage of clinical subjects (n = 5429–5876), and the bar on the right represents the percentage of community subjects (n = 12432–12915). Notably, the largest relative percentage of community subjects was in the “none” maltreatment quartile. That trend was reversed in the “moderate” and “severe” categories, where double the percentage of subjects were in the clinical group.
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