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Table 3 Mean factor scores per cluster solution (range 0–2) and differences between subgroups on the factors

From: Serious juvenile offenders: classification into subgroups based on static and dynamic charateristics

Nine factor scores Cluster 1: n = 141 Cluster 2: n = 218 Cluster 3: n = 394 Cluster 4: n = 424 Cluster 5: n = 287 Cluster 6: n = 337 Cluster 7: n = 209 F (df = 6,1894) Sign.
Antisocial behavior during treatment − .802 .995 .878 − .628 − .429 − .169 − .013 287.81 p < .005
Sexual problems 1.613 − .032 − .393 − .441 − .277 − .451 1.691 823.10 p < .005
Family background − .705 .449 .075 − .549 1.016 − .274 .031 125.43 p < .005
Mental health problems .288 1.177 − .397 − .492 .287 − .316 .440 74.99 p < .005
Substance use − 1.087 .851 − .101 − .413 .094 .986 − .845 249.19 p < .005
Conscience and empathy − .868 .536 .789 − .183 − .606 − .233 .113 177.32 p < .005
Cognitive and social skills − .353 .569 − .073 − .361 − .205 .015 .775 60.72 p < .005
Social network − .240 − .440 − .016 .279 − .237 .372 − .192 29.73 p < .005
Offenses − .586 .035 .280 − .403 − .268 .369 .416 41.19 p < .005
  1. Cluster 1: sexual problems, cluster 2: antisocial identity and mental health problems, cluster 3: lack of empathy and conscience, cluster 4: flat profile, 5: family problems, cluster 6: substance use problems, and cluster 7: sexual, cognitive and social problems