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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Demographic characteristics of subjects

With history of childhood abuse(n=68) Without history of childhood abuse(n=423) Total (n=491) t or χ2

Mean (SD or %) Mean (SD or %) Mean (SD or %)
Age(years) 48.69(8.67) 48.42(8.55) 48.46(8.55) 0.242
Sex 0.256
 Male 19(27.9) 106(25.1) 125(25.5)
 Female 49(72.1) 317(74.9) 366(74.5)
Marriage 10.78*
 Married, cohabitation 59(86.8) 388(91.7) 447(91.0)
 Separation, divorce 8(11.8) 16(3.8) 24(4.9)
 Bereavement 0(0) 11(2.6) 11(2.2)
Education 4.95
 <6 years 3(4.4) 5(1.2) 8(1.6)
 <9 years 4(5.9) 19(4.5) 23(4.7)
 <12 years 29(42.6) 216(51.1) 245(49.9)
 Over 12 years 31(45.6) 182(43.0) 213(43.4)
Economic status 4.36
 Low 5(7.4) 24(5.7) 29(5.9)
 Medium low 17(25.0) 76(18.0) 93(18.9)
 Medium 35(51.5) 257(60.8) 292(59.5)
 Medium high 11(16.2) 55(13.0) 66(13.4)
 High 0(0) 8(1.9) 8(1.6)
Religions 9.17
 No religions 14(20.6) 161(38.1) 175(35.6)
 Christianity 28(41.2) 123(29.1) 151(30.8)
 Buddhism 9(13.2) 60(14.2) 69(14.1)
 Catholic 15(22.1) 70(16.5) 85(17.3)
 Others 2(2.9) 8(1.9) 10(2.0)
School-aged children
 Yes 34(50.0) 188(44.4) 222(45.2) 0.745
 No 33(48.5) 229(54.1) 262(53.4)

Independent t-test for comparison of mean age and chi-square test for sex, marriage, education, economic status, religions, school-aged children.

p<0.05. SD: standard deviation

J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2019;30:57-65 https://doi.org/10.5765/jkacap.180032
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