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Table 1 Sample Characteristics and Early Life Stress (n = 47)

From: Association of childhood trauma with cognitive function in healthy adults: a pilot study

Variable  
Age (SE; range) 51.51 (1.22; 31-69)
Sex 7 male, 40 female
Race 44 white, 2 black, 1 other
Education  
   ≤ High school or vocational tech diploma 20
   Associate degree, RN diploma or college  
Income ($/year)a 27
   20,000 - 40,000  
   > 40,000 13
WRAT-3 standard score (SE) 33
CTQ Total score (5-125) (Mean (SE)) 33.7 (1.34)
   Emotional abuse (5-25) (Mean (SE)) 7.7 (.516)
   Physical abuse (5-25) (Mean (SE)) 6.36 (.259)
   Sexual abuse (5-25) (Mean (SE)) 5.85 (.373)
   Emotional neglect (5-25) (Mean (SE)) 7.9 (.479)
   Physical neglect (5-25) (Mean (SE)) 5.85 (.228)
CTQ Exposures b, n (%) 12 (25.5%)
   Emotional abuse 8 (17.02%)
   Physical abuse 4 (8.51%)
   Sexual abuse 3 (6.38%)
   Emotional neglect 2 (4.26%)
   Physical neglect 2 (4.35%)
Self-Rating Depression Scale (Mean (SE)) 37.5 (.106)
Spielberger State Anxiety (Mean (SE)) 26.1 (.832)
Spielberger Trait Anxiety (Mean (SE)) 27.5 (.772)
  1. Note. SE = standard error of the mean; WRAT-3 = Wide Range Achievement
  2. Test 3; CTQ = Childhood Trauma Questionnaire; a Information on income is missing for one participant; b Using the cut-off values from the study of Bernstein & Fink, 1998 (see Methods section).