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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics and violent victimization of men and women with dual diagnosis

From: Gender differences in characteristics of physical and sexual victimization in patients with dual diagnosis: a cross-sectional study

  Patients with dual diagnosis (N = 243)  
Men (N = 171) Women (N = 72) t/χ2 P
Age [M (SD)] 41.8 (11.0) 43.4 (10.4) 1.100 .273
Unemployed [%] 91.8 95.8 1.259 0.262
Substance use disorders [%]a
 Alcohol 63.2 63.9 .012 .914
 Cannabis 49.7 37.5 3.039 .081
 Cocaine 44.4 43.1 .040 .842
 Opioid 21.1 27.8 1.292 .256
 Sedatives 17.0 27.8 3.684 .055
 Other substances 12.9 15.3 .251 .616
Psychiatric disorders Axis I [%]a
 Psychotic disorder 42.1 29.2 3.590 .058
 Mood disorders 22.2 22.2 .000 1.000
 Anxiety disorders 21.6 20.8 .019 .889
 Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder 8.8 6.9 .224 .636
 Other disorder 13.5 6.9 2.104 .147
Psychiatric disorder Axis II [%]a
 Personality disorder 26.9 61.1 25.428 <.001
 Intellectual disability 12.9 12.5 .006 .938
Total number of disorders [M (SD)] 3.7 (1.4) 3.8 (1.3) −.831 .407
Violent victimization [%]
 Physical violence 34.5 47.2 3.470 .063
 Sexual violence 4.1 29.2 31.243 <.001
  1. aDisorders can co-occur
  2. bSignificant findings are shown in bold