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Table 5 Comparison of Korean CPTCI scores by sample characteristics

From: Validation of the Child Post-Traumatic Cognitions Inventory in Korean survivors of sexual violence

  CPTCI total CPTCI-PC CPTCI-SW CPTCI-S
n m sd t or F d or ε2 m sd t or F d or ε2 m sd t or F d or ε2 m sd t or F d or ε2
     F ε 2    F ε 2    F ε 2    F ε 2
Age groupsa
 8–11 (1) 76 45.17 17.84 10.19** .087 21.03 9.08 8.95** .077 24.42 9.36 9.38** .080 17.04 7.18 10.35** .089
 12–14 (2) 106 53.16 18.82   24.53 10.53   28.63 9.16   20.39 8.30  
 15–16 (3) 55 59.96 19.81   28.69 11.03   31.27 9.24   23.40 8.25  
    t d    t d    t d    t d
+-Type of trauma
 Rape 94 56.31 19.22 2.69* .35 26.66 10.54 2.73* .36 29.65 9.30 2.31 .32 21.85 8.04 2.83* .38
 Sexual abuse other than rape 143 49.46 19.21    22.88 10.33    26.74 9.60    18.79 8.21   
     t d    t d    t d    t d
Time since trauma
 Less than 1 month 138 52.72 19.58 .36 .05 24.63 10.85 .43 .06 28.09 9.47 .25 .03 20.22 8.45 .37 .05
 More than 1 month 99 51.78 19.12    24.02 10.31    27.76 9.55    19.80 8.11   
     t d    t d    t d    t d
PTSD symptoms
 Higher 152 62.03 16.74 14.14** 2.07 29.41 9.72 15.99** 1.92 32.61 8.03 15.05** 1.92 24.06 7.32 13.37** 1.98
 Lower 85 34.56 8.44   15.29 3.64   19.46 5.38   12.73 3.49  
  1. CPTCI Child Post-traumatic Cognitions Inventory, CPTCI-PC permanent and disturbing change subscale of the CPTCI, CPTCI-SW fragile person in a scary world subscale of the CPTCI, CPTCI-S Short form of the CPTCI
  2. * p < .01, ** p < .001
  3. aComparisons of the three groups by Sheffe post-test