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Table 1 Demographic characteristics and childhood trauma in patients and healthy controls

From: A history of childhood trauma is associated with slower improvement rates: Findings from a one-year follow-up study of patients with a first-episode psychosis

  Patients N = 96 Controls N = 26 Statistics
Age (mean ± SD) 27.4 ± 8.3 30.07 ± 7.9 f = 0.81, t = −2.26, p = 0.02
Gender M/F 54/42 148/116 X 2 = 0.001, df = 1, p = 0.97
Childhood trauma (CTQ)a
 Total score, median (min-max) 41 (25–77) 29 (25–53) z = −9.40, p < 0.001
 Physical abuse, median (min-max) 5 (5–19) 5 (5–11) z = −8.74, p <0.001
 Sexual abuse, median (min-max) 5 (5–21) 5 (5–14) z = −6.65, p < 0.001
 Emotional abuse, median (min-max) 10 (5–24) 5 (5–19) z = −9.14, p < 0.001
 Emotional neglect, median (min-max) 11 (5–24) 7 (5–25) z = −8.00, p < 0.001
 Physical neglect, median (min-max) 7 (5–17) 5 (5–13) z = −8.04, p < 0.001
  1. a Mann-Whitney test