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Table 4 GAIJSO psychosexual development problems

From: Offense related characteristics and psychosexual development of juvenile sex offenders

  Total group
N = 174
Solo offenders
N = 54
Group offenders
N = 90
Child molesters
N = 30
 
  N % N % N % N % χ 2 ; (2, N = 174); p
Insufficient sex education 106 60.9 34 63.0 55 61.1 17 56.7 .324; .850
Sexual preoccupation 100 59.5 29 54.7 49 57.0 22 75.9 3.953; .139
Deviant sexual fantasies 26 15.7 1 2.0 a 16 18.8 b 9 30.0 b 12.560; p < 0.05
Sexual excitement 33 20.5 8 15.1 a 14 17.9 a 11 36.7 b 6.074; p < 0.05
Deviant sexual behavior 38 22.5 12 23.1 18 20.7 8 26.7 .472; .790
Previous sex offenses 37 21.3 17 31.5 15 16.7 5 16.7 4.882; .087
Sexual victimization 20 11.5 7 13.0 a, b 6 6.7 a 7 23.3 b 6.310; p < 0.05
Sexualizing family 13 7.5 3 5.6 6 6.7 4 13.3 1.836; .399
Deviant attitudes/perversities 72 42.1 18 34.0 a 45 51.1 b 9 30.0 a 6.189; p < 0.05
Global Assessment
High/very high concern
65 38.2 17 32.7 a 29 33.0 a 19 63.3 b 9.718; p < 0.05
  1. Note. Percents with same subscripts do not differ significantly at p < 0.05 by post-hoc 2 × 2 chi-square analysis.
  2. GAIJSO: Global Assessment Instrument for Juvenile Sex Offenders